Children and young people with disabilities
- Children, young people and families
We aim to ensure high quality provision for disabled children and young people and those with complex needs.
Disabled Children’s Charter
The Health and Well-being Board committed partners to delivering the following commitments of the Disabled Children’s Charter:
Commitment 1: We have detailed and accurate information on the disabled children, young people and their families living in our area, and provide public information on how we plan to meet their needs.
Commitment 2: We engage directly with disabled children and young people and their participation is embedded in the work of our Health and Wellbeing Board.
Commitment 3: We engage directly with parent carers and their participation is embedded in the work of our Health and Wellbeing Board.
Commitment 4: We set clear strategic outcomes for our partners to meet in relation to disabled children, young people and their families, monitor progress towards achieving them and hold each other to account.
Commitment 5: We promote early intervention and support smooth transitions between children and adult services for disabled children and young people.
Commitment 6: We work with key partners to strengthen integration between health, social care and education services, and with services provided by wider partners.