Mental Health Support for Under fives in Oxfordshire – survey

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Mental Health Support for Under fives in Oxfordshire – survey

Healthwatch Oxfordshire wants to hear what mental health and wellbeing support is like for under five-year-olds in the county.

They have launched a county-wide survey seeking the views of parents and carers of nought to five-year-olds, as well as one aimed at childminders and those working in childcare settings across the county, including nurseries, pre-schools or family centres.

The surveys aim to find out what mental health and wellbeing means to parents and carers in relation to under-fives as well as where they go for information and support for any concerns, and what that support looks like.

Both surveys also ask about the impact of COVID-19 on mental wellbeing.

If you are a parent or carer please complete the survey here.

If you are childminder or work in a childcare setting please complete the survey here.

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