Children's Health and Social Care
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For more information on support such as managing anxiety, emotional health and mental wellbeing visit www.familyscilly.org.uk.
General introduction to Children’s Health and Social Care Services
Universal services, can also be known as primary care, are met by NHS providers and these are universally available to all.
Examples of a universal service includes GP, Dental and health visiting.
Some health care services can only be accessed by an assessment or referral from a health or social care professional, these are known as Specialised Services and/or Targeted services. Example includes speech and language therapy, Occupational therapy.
Not all health services can be provided in the Isles of Scilly and can be accessed in Cornwall, for example:
physical or sensory difficulties
developmental delay or impairment
maintaining a healthy weight
speech, language and communication needs
difficulties with eating, drinking and swallowing
mental health issues
complex and technology-dependent health care needs
These are provided by Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust and some voluntary and community sector organisations.
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CFT) provides child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) and specialist children’s services, including speech and language therapy, community nursing services and learning disability services.
Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust (RCHT) provide acute care and hospital services, and Community Paediatrician and some community services.
Social Care services are provided by the Council of the Isles of Scilly.
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust
Council of the Isles of Scilly