The story so far

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Overview

At the beginning of 2014 we started to talk with people about community health services for children and young people.

We went out and about and asked:

  • What works well?
  • What needs to get better? And... 
  • What should happen in the future to these services?

We listened to everything that everyone told us and turned what was said into the draft plan...

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The involvement phase

The Involvement Phase of recommissioning of Children’s Community Health Services: how we continued to involve the public and what they told us.

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The engagement phase

The engagement phase of re-commissioning of children’s community health services in Bristol: how we involved the public and what they told us.

What do you think?

We asked you to look at the draft plan and tell us what you thought about it.

  • Have we got it right?
  • Do we need to make some changes to it?

The draft plan

What are ‘community health services’?

When you see a health professional e.g. a health visitor or speech and language therapist in your home, at your school or college, or somewhere other than the GP surgery (or a hospital),  that’s a community health service. This consultation is looking specifically at community health services for children and young people.

Look at our A-Z of services to see all the services that are being reviewed in your area.

A-Z of services

Why things need to change