2017 Focus Groups

Interested in CAMHS service development? Want to help us shape the service and give feedback about your experiences?

We would like to invite you to attend our quarterly focus groups which are intended for young people and parents to come along to.

This will be an informal setting intended to discuss new and upcoming developments in CAMHS and to listen to patient and family experiences so we can continue to improve our services.

Goals will be:

  • To seek young people and family feedback about services they have used
  • Take any suggestions for future service developments
  • Share information about the service
  • Mental health education and awareness
  • Quality improvement

The focus group plans to meet at the Galaxy suite, Archway Centre, Boston on:

  • 6th July 2017       5pm- 6pm
  • 5th October 2017      5pm-6pm
  • 7th December 2017      5pm-6pm

Anyone is welcome to drop in during this time, tea and coffee will be provided.

LPFT’s Annual Public Meeting 2017

You are invited to attend the 2017 Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s Annual Public Meeting and Members’ Meeting.

This is our annual event for all members’ of the Trust and our local community to come together and hear more about what the Trust has been doing over the past year. This year’s theme is continuous quality improvement and there will be lots of stands and presentations throughout the afternoon showcasing some of the innovations and developments our staff have been working on.

Agenda for the day will be added soon

To book your place please visit www.lpftpublicmeeting.eventbrite.co.uk

or call 01522 309200 email info@lpft.nhs.uk

It’s a Knockout in NEL!

Ten members of the North East Lincolnshire CAMHS Team completed the It’s a Knockout challenge in Cleethorpes this weekend to raise money for the NSPCC and the local St Andrews Hospice.

Through a variety of games, including races dressed as giants and finding socks in a foamy, inflatable washing machine, they scored a total of 125 points placing them in the middle of the overall scoreboard.

Altogether the team raised £855 for the charities!  Jamee-Leigh, CAMHS Assistant Psychologist, who organised the team’s participation in the event, said “thank you to all team members and everyone who sponsored us!  The day was a real success and everyone had a great time.”