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Health and social care

Most children and young people need some help and support to manage conditions or disabilities. Some disabled children can have very complex health needs.

If you have questions about your child's health, talk to your health visitor, school nurse or family doctor (GP). They can: 

  • Give you help and advice about staying healthy.
  • Put you in touch with other specialist services.

Services are provided by:

  • Calderdale Council (Disabled Children's Team, Short Breaks and health services).
  • NHS (Learning Disabilities Team, wheelchair services, speech/language and physio).
  • Other specialist health providers (support and services).

Co-production

This sits at the centre of all we do in Calderdale.

We work with health partners, social care, parent/carers and young people to uphold its four cornerstones.

For more about this, please visit: A Charter For Parent Carers (Unique Ways).

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