Gender: Mixed Beds: 27 Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital is our new state-of-the-art Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) hospital in Coventry. The service supports young people aged between 12 and 18 with mental health needs in psychiatric intensive care and acute environments. The aim of the service is to help young people stabilise and return home as soon as possible. The development of the service including the environment and names of the wards has been co-produced with CAMHS experts by experience, carers and young people from our other CAMHS services within Cygnet. All young people will be able to continue their education through access to our on-site Ofsted-registered school, Summit School, if required. The services that are provided at the hospital are: Mermaid Ward – a 10 bed CAMHS PICU service for young people with severe mental illness. Dragon Ward – a 12 bed CAMHS acute service for young people. Third Ward – CAMHS service line to be finalised (opening late summer 2021) We are also able to provide bespoke packages of care for young people who may struggle within a busy ward environment. Joyce Parker Joyce Parker was a caring and dedicated support worker at one of our services in the West Midlands who sadly passed away during the COVID pandemic. In her honour and remembrance we have named the hospital after her – Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital. “Joyce was not just a loving wife, a mum, a nan, a sister, an auntie, a daughter-in-law, she was our best friend. She was a brilliant person. She loved us all, and all of us loved her. “Joyce got on with everybody or tried to. She was respected in her job where she worked. To me, her husband, she could do her job blindfolded. “Sadly we lost our beloved Joyce on April 23rd this year. We are very proud of our beloved Joyce, and to have a hospital named after her is a great honour to a beautiful loving lady. We, as a family, thank Cygnet Health Care for this recognition.” Darren Parker, her loving husband Our service user profile: Mixed gender, aged 12-18 Detained under the Mental Health Act Diagnosis of: Psychosis Self-harm and/or suicidal ideation Depression or anxiety Emerging personality disorder Substance misuse – providing there is a primary diagnosis of a mental health problem Emotional, social and behavioural difficulties Borderline/mild learning disability as a secondary diagnosis Autism spectrum disorders, with a mental health primary diagnosis Requires naso-gastric (NG) tube feeding (low secure service only) May have a forensic history Our Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT): Hospital director Ward managers Consultant psychiatrist Clinical psychologist Occupational therapist Speech and language therapist Clinical team leaders BACP registered therapists Dietitian Nurses Healthcare assistants Social workers Specialist educational support Family liaison officer Our activities: Individuals will have access to a variety of activities during their time at the hospital. These activities are tailored for each young person and are outlined in a daily activities timetable alongside their education timetable. These activities may include; Art and crafts Sports Charity events such as coffee mornings and summer fairs Day trips including the seaside and zoo Individual and group community activities Board games Xbox and Wii Our therapies and interventions: Self-harm treatment Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) Anger management Anxiety management Mindfulness groups Individual sessions – coping skills and trauma work Family therapy Daily living skills such as cooking, budgeting, personal care Future planning Community and social involvement Pet therapy Young People’s Council Our facilities: En-suite bedrooms Spacious communal areas Outdoor sports areas Accommodation suite for families and carers On-site Ofsted-registered school, Summit School Gym Training kitchen to support skills development On-site Café called the Phoenix Café Sensory Room Hair and beauty salon IT suite Photo Gallery Please click on the images to enlarge.