Revealed: Beds for children hit ‘crisis point’ amid covid demand surge

Child in hospital

Availability of inpatient child and adolescent mental health services beds — particularly for eating disorders — has reached ‘crisis point’, with young people left waiting on a standard paediatric ward or at home as demand surged during the covid pandemic.

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