NYSCP Public consultation on proposed changes to the Healthy Child Programme - North Yorkshire

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Public consultation on proposed changes to the Healthy Child Programme

North Yorkshire County Council, in partnership with Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust, is proposing a new model for the Healthy Child Programme (which currently comprises Health Visiting and School Nursing Services) in the county.

The Healthy Child Programme, which supports children and young people aged 0-19 and their families, is one service among many. It offers both universal services for all children, young people and families and targeted help for those most in need.

You can read the consultation document below which sets out the proposals.

They would like to hear your views about these proposals and how they can be implemented. The Healthy Child Programme, which supports children and young people aged 0-19 and their families, is one service among many. It offers both universal services for all children, young people and families and targeted help for those most in need. You can download a pdf version of the survey here or complete online by clicking here before 9am on 4 January, 2021.

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