Young people are supported to manage their own health as they move into adulthood. Young people with learning disabilities are registered with GPs from 14 and annual health checks and plans are offered. Health professionals use person-centred approaches and work in partnership with education and social care colleagues as part of the EHC planning process.
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Get Your Rights is a new interactive website for children and young people that provides information on young people's rights when using the NHS.
This website has been co-produced with children and young people. You can access it website here.
The aim of this booklet is to offer information and routes to support of a practical nature, which we hope can improve the lives of children and young
people with complex health needs.
This easy read leaflet is for people with learning disabilities, family carers and anyone who helps a person with learning disabilities and gives information on the NHS Continuing Healthcare.
These resources are a set of briefings written for those working within the children and young people's sector (CYP) and include information on the role of Healthwatch England and the role of local Healthwatch with regards to CYP.
This guide is aimed at those with a responsibility for commissioning mental health and wellbeing services for young people.
Although the Right Here programme focused primarily on early intervention in community settings, many of the lessons we learnt - that are included in this guide - apply equally to the commissioning of services for more severe conditions.