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More young sufferers and their families will benefit from Beat’s vital support as the UK’s eating disorder charity has been awarded more than £1 million in National Lottery funding.
Beat welcomes the publication by NHS England of its first ever guidance setting out what patients and carers should be able to expect from adult eating disorder services.
The Welsh Government wants to hear your views on their draft ‘Together for Mental Health delivery plan 2019 – 2022’. Members of the public, service users, carers and organisations can submit their feedback online by 30 August 2019.
The Scottish Intercollegiate Guideline Network (SIGN) has started the process of writing new best practice guidance for clinicians treating people with eating disorders in Scotland.
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2019 sees the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Scottish parliament and Beat have been working to ensure maximum positive engagement for our campaigners to engage with their MSPs.
The Welsh Government wants to hear your views on their draft national curriculum. It will outline what schools will be expected to include in their curricula from 2022 onwards.
On 8 July 2019, the Victoria Derbyshire show discussed the state of eating disorder treatment and the importance of family empowerment. One parent whose daughter has been ill with anorexia for eight years shares her experience.
Beat has launched new guidance encouraging healthcare providers to ensure better support for families of people with eating disorders.
It’s your work that has made the results we’ve achieved this year possible. Many people have been moved by your stories and your determination to ensure that others don’t have to suffer in the same way that many of you have.
A new report published today shows that adults with eating disorders in some parts of England have to wait, on average, more than ten times longer for treatment than in other areas and face a postcode lottery.