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Information about universal and targeted health care services, and how to access the Care Navigation Service.
Universal services are those, such as health visiting and school nursing, that are available to everybody and which all children and young people access. You are likely to first access these services following a visit to your GP or health professional.
Targeted services will involve offering support to children and young people with a disability, a medical condition and/or a special educational need who will probably be supported by one or more of these services through their life.
Normally you will be referred to targeted services by health professionals or agencies e.g. GPs or schools.
Finding the right sort of help across Health and Care can be difficult so a Care Navigator service has been developed to help you.
Care Navigators support the 0-19 Neighbourhood Clinicians in your area. This team includes: School Nurses, Health Visitors, Speech and Language Therapists, Assistant Practitioners and other Therapists that work within Family and Young Person Care (FYPC). They can support you to:
Get the right services to support you
Find local support networks
Share the right information with professionals more easily