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Health and Social Care

  1. Who provides health services in Cumbria?

  2. Meet Cumbria's Designated Clinical Officer

  3. Hospital Passports

  4. Sensory Processing Training Recording Session - run by Occupational Therapists

  5. All About Annual Health Checks

  6. Autism Support Hub

  7. Healthier Together Digital Resource

    A tool that gives consistent, accurate and trustworthy healthcare advice to parents, carers, young people and professionals

  8. Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Digital Support Guide

  9. Ready Steady Go

    Transition out of Children's Services to Adults

There are a range of health services available for children and young people aged 0 to 25 years based on the individual's health needs.  Children with special educational needs and disabilities are able to access universal services that are available to everyone.  There will be other specialist services which the child or young person can access if necessary.

Health Services in Cumbria are planned and bought for the local community by two Integrated Care Boards (ICBs).  There are also some Public Health services that improve the health of local communities in Cumbria which are planned and bought by Cumbria County Council.

North East and North Cumbria Integrated Care Board

Lancashire and Cumbria Integrated Care Board

Cumbria County Council Public Health

In some cases, your child may need specialised services that are planned and bought by NHS England, North of England regional team.  The North of England regional team oversees the work that is done by the Integrated Care Boards in Cumbria and is also responsible for planning and buying primary care and specialist services in Cumbria such as GPs, Dentists, inpatients, children and adolescent mental health services.

You can search for services, such as GPs, hospitals, dentists, pharmacists, opticians, support group and other care suppport at NHS Health Care Services  

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