Continuing care for children and young people with complex needs
This consultation has concluded
Detail of outcome
Comments and suggestions received in the consultation have been adopted into the new National Framework for Children and Young People’s Continuing Care.
The main changes have been to:
- simplify the language and streamline the guidance
- clarify how the domains should be interpreted
- provide advice on how the continuing care process fits into education, health and care plan assessments for children with special educational needs and disability, and multi-agency assessments.
This consultation ran from
Seeking views on the process for assessing, deciding and agreeing continuing care for children with complex health needs.
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We are seeking views on the revised National Framework for Children and Young People’s Continuing Care (including a tool to ensure all relevant needs are assessed and support decisions about care). The framework helps clinical commissioning groups and other professionals to assess the care required for children and young people with health needs that are not met by existing or specialised services.
The 2010 framework has been revised to take account of changes to commissioning and the new arrangements for children with special educational needs and disability.