Neurodevelopmental Pathway | Buckinghamshire CAMHS
Oxford Health Foundation Trust and Buckinghamshire Health Care Trust are collaborating to deliver a Buckinghamshire Neurodevelopmental (5 to 18-year-old) ‘Single Point of Access for Assessment and Treatment’.
The aim is to ensure that Children Young People with Neurodevelopmental concerns are seen by the most appropriate professional in a timely manner. Neurodevelopmental referrals such as Autism and ADHD are to be submitted via the Single Point of Access Pathway.
CAMHS stands for Buckinghamshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. They provide physical, mental health and social care for people of all ages across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Basically, CAMHS helps young people overcome emotional difficulties in their lives.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Buckinghamshire CAMHS
- Buckinghamshire CAMHS
- Related Service
- CAMHS: Buckinghamshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Where to go
- Geographic Area Covered
- Buckinghamshire (and Oxfordshire, Swindon, Wiltshire, Bath and North East Somerset)
- Age Ranges
- From 5 to 18 years
- Referral required
- Referral Details
You can self-refer to the service using the online referrals form.
Note that this service is not currently available in Oxfordshire or Swindon. If you would like to talk to CAMHS directly then please ring 01865 902515 (Oxfordshire) or 01865 903422 (Swindon).
Our aim is to ensure that Children Young People with Neuro developmental concerns are seen by the most appropriate professional in a timely manner.
Neurodevelopmental referrals such as Autism and ADHD are to be submitted via the Single Point of Access Pathway.
- Contact Telephone
- 01865 901 951
- Contact Email
- Local Offer Links
Learning Disability Team at CAMHS
Neuro - Development Team at CAMHS
- Local Offer Age Bands
16 to 18
12 to 15
8 to 11
5 to 7
- Needs Level
- Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties
- SEN Provision Type
- Targeted service or Specialist service (Referral required)
General Local Offer Response
- How can children and young people with SEND and their families start to use your service or activity?
If you would like to get in contact with CAMHS about any concerns or questions, contact our single point of access service on 01865 901951. All younger children can be referred by their general practitioner (GP).
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