Home Education and children Special educational needs and disability Health Accessing specialist health services 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.Details of both universal and targeted services available in the community for children and adults and can be accessed through Leicestershire Partnership Trusts.For the purpose of the Leicestershire Local Offer we have worked together with health professionals to highlight some of the main services you might access: Speech, language and communication Expand content Speech and Language Therapy for Children, Families and Young PeoplePaediatric Audiology Services Learning disabilities including Autism, ADHD Expand content CAMHS Learning Disability ServiceLearning Disability Primary Care Liaison Nursing Team(Learning Disabilities Health Facilitation Team)The Agnes Unit - Learning Disabilities InpatientsLearning Disability Autism ServiceAutism Care PathwayAutism Service for Adult Learning DisabilitiesCommunity Learning Disability ServiceLearning Disability - Short Breaks ServiceLearning disability nurse (Acute Liaison)Learning and behavioural difficulties in children - Paediatric NeuropsychologyLearning support for young adultsLearning Disability Outreach Team 18+ Mental health and wellbeing Expand content Support for eating disordersCAMHS Eating Disorders TeamAdult Eating Disorders ServiceLeicester Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)Mental health for children and young peopleCAMHS County and Rutland TeamCAMHS Young Peoples Team (Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland)CAMHS Inpatient ServiceCAMHS Paediatric Psychology ServiceAdult mental health therapyPsychosis Intervention and Early Recovery (PIER)Therapy Services for People with Personality Disorders (TSPPD) Sensory or physical disability Expand content Sensory impairmentPaediatric Audiology ServicesHearing ServicesOphthalmology (Eye Department)Ear Nose and Throat (ENT)Physical health and therapyChildren's Community Occupational Therapy ServiceChildren’s Community Physiotherapy ServiceChildren’s Orthopaedics - musculoskeletalCommunity PaediatricsPhlebotomy Service - blood testsPodiatry Service - foot and lower limb careExtra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)Cardiology - heart servicesUrology - kidneys, bladder, urinary tract and male reproductive organsMaternity ServicesCaring for very sick and terminally ill childrenDiana and Specialist Children's Community Nursing ServicePalliative Care Services - Hospice at Home Team 16+Palliative Care Services - Macmillan team 18+East Midlands Children’s and Young Persons’ Integrated Cancer Service (EMCYPICS)Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) Promoting healthy living and wellbeing Expand content Your Health Your ChoiceChoices Young People's Contraceptive and Sexual Health ServiceNHS Choices - Sexual HealthStop SmokingNHS Choices - Alcohol MisuseFacts and help about drugsNutrition and healthy eatingBreast feeding and infant feeding support (LPT)Healthy StartNutrition and DieteticsCommunity health servicesHealth Visiting ServiceSchool Nursing ServiceTravelling Families ServiceGlen Parva Young Offender Institute and Remand Centre Care Navigation ServiceFinding 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 youFind local support networksShare the right information with professionals more easilyHelp co-ordinate health appointmentsCare Navigation and The Neighbourhood Team Help us improve this page Hide content Was this page helpful? Yes It was helpful, but Please select a reasonthere's a broken link it's hard to understand it's incorrect it's outdated it's too long Other No Please select a reasonit didn't answer my question it's not detailed enough it's hard to understand it's incorrect it's outdated it's too long Other Details Email address We’ll only use this to ask for more detail if we need to.