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Children and young person's diabetes nursing team NHS funded services

NHS funded services
To provide specialist diabetes community nursing services to children and young people under the care of The University Hospitals of North Midlands who have a diagnosis of diabetes. For advice about illness to reduce hospital admission. On call telephone service between 8am-8pm.

Children’s Community Nursing Service (Hospital @ Home & Palliative and Complex Care Team) NHS funded services

NHS funded services
We provide Community Children’s Nursing services to children and young people residing in North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent with varying health needs ranging from acute to complex and life limiting/ life threatening. Who can use our service? Children and young people residing in North Staffordshire and…

Clinical Partners - Mental Health Services

Clinical Partners are the UK's largest private mental health partnership, helping thousands of families access the expert care they need.  With experienced Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Psychotherapists based across the UK, we help thousands of families every year.  Diagnostic assessments and therapies for children, teenagers and…

Community Children's Nurses (Tamworth, Lichfield and Burntwood) NHS funded services

NHS funded services
To assess the needs of a child and family who have community nursing needs using a holistic approach. To provide family centred care and support in the child’s own environment e.g. home, nursery, school. Who can use our service? Complex Medical Needs. Long Term Conditions.…

Community Children's Nursing Service NHS funded services

NHS funded services
A team of experienced children's nurses who support children and young people who have either short term or long term healthcare needs at home and in community settings. Nurses work in partnership with children, young people and their families and carers to assess healthcare needs and…

Community Complex Care Team NHS funded services

NHS funded services
Health support in education establishments at all levels. Delivering care in the community to children and adults with highly complex physical needs. Age range 0-16+

Community Learning Disability Service for Children (North Staffordshire) NHS funded services

NHS funded services
We offer a service for pre-school children with a developmental delay and children and young people with a learning disability and/or physical disability, some of whom may have additional complex health needs and their families. We offer highly specialist assessments, information, advice and support by…

Community Learning Disability Team for Children (South Staffordshire) NHS funded services

NHS funded services
The team offers support for a wide range of emotional difficulties and complex physical health issues experienced by young people with moderate to severe learning disabilities. There are many people that work within the team, such as: nurses doctors therapists friendly reception staff Who can…

Continuing care for children and young people NHS funded services

NHS funded services
We pay for trained and competent care workers to provide care for children and young people with complex health needs.  They must meet the threshold via a needs assessment document. This is a comprehensive account of the child and young person’s health, social care and educational needs.…

Home first for adults NHS funded services

NHS funded services
We support patients over the age of 18 post discharge from hospital who require, a combination of nursing and therapy interventions, to remain in their own homes and avoid unnecessary hosptial admissions.  This can be with or without care support. We aim to enable them to recover fully and meet…
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