The National Assembly for Wales’ Children, Young People and Education Committee is undertaking an inquiry into Perinatal Mental Health. The aim of the inquiry is to consider how Perinatal Mental Health services are currently provided and how the Welsh Government can improve services for mothers, babies, fathers and families.
The Committee is keen to hear how services link together under the umbrella of Perinatal Mental Health, including specialised perinatal mental health services, maternity services, general adult mental health services, inpatient mother and baby units, parent and infant mental health services, health visiting, clinical psychology, and midwifery services, GPs and the extended primary care team, role of the third sector and local support groups, and private providers of services.
The Committee has published its report on the findings of the inquiry: Perinatal mental health in Wales
After the laying of the report, Cwm Taf University Health Board sent correspondence correcting evidence given in relation to their perinatal mental health services
The response to the Inquiry from the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services has been published
This inquiry forms part of the Committee’s wider work on the First 1,000 Days.
Business type: Committee Inquiry
Reason considered: Assembly Business;
First published: 28/03/2017