How health and education services, local authorities and other partners will provide high-quality services for children and young people.
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‘Healthy Child Programme: from 5 to 19 years old’ sets out the recommended framework of universal and progressive services for children and young people to promote optimal health and wellbeing. It outlines suggested roles and responsibilities for commissioners, health, education, local authority and other partners to encourage the development of high-quality services.
A summary document, ‘Supporting children and young people’s health: from 5 to 19 years old’, details the support and services available to parents to help keep their children healthy and well. It outlines the range of health reviews, screening tests, support and information available through local health, education and other children’s services.
Published: 27 October 2009
From: Department of Health