Policy paper

Health visitor implementation plan 2011 to 2015

This health visitor implementation plan sets out a call to action to expand and strengthen health visiting services.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Health visitor implementation plan 2011-15: a call to action, February 2011

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The start of life is a crucial time for children and parents. Good, well resourced health visiting services can help ensure that families have a positive start, working in partnership with GPs, maternity and other health services, Sure Start Children’s Centres and other early years services. That is why the government has made the challenging commitment to an extra 4,200 health visitors by 2015.

This plan sets out what implementing that commitment will mean for families, for health visitors, and for all who have a part to play

Published 8 February 2011