NSPCC urges better mental health support for looked-after under-fives

Joe Lepper
Monday, June 6, 2016

The NSPCC has condemned the "virtually non-existent" mental health support for babies and infants in the care system.

Specialist infant mental health professionals work intensively with parents and babies to reduce the risk of health problems
Specialist infant mental health professionals work intensively with parents and babies to reduce the risk of health problems

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