Our responsibilities for children, young people and women stretch across almost everything we do, and each year we commission around £23m worth of services on behalf of the 47,800 children and young people in our town.
The main focus of our work is ensuring there’s timely access to high quality, evidence-based care that meets the needs of our population and delivers good health and social care outcomes.
To do this effectively, we work collaboratively with commissioning and delivery partners across health, local authority, education and the voluntary and faith sector.
Key priorities include:
- Delivery of our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Transformation Plans
- Supporting the delivery of the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) agenda
- In line with the Cheshire and Mersey Women and Children’s Vanguard Programme develop safe high quality, clinically and financially sustainable model of care for paediatrics, maternity and neonatal care