Children’s Community Health Services
Wiltshire CCG, Wiltshire Council and NHS England South are inviting you to express your views on local children’s community health services.
We would like to hear about your first-hand experiences of children’s community health services, such as: speech and language therapy, school nursing, health visiting and community paediatricians.
The current contracts for these services are due to expire in January 2016 and a formal procurement process will begin in autumn this year.
Young people, parents and carers are all being asked for their views to help shape the future of children’s community health services in Wiltshire. We really want to hear what you have to say because we know that the people who use thee services are the best people to advise us.
Dr Steve Rowlands, GP and Clinical Chair at Wiltshire CCG, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity for the people who use the service to help us ensure that the future service is designed to have the best possible outcomes for children and young people in Wiltshire. We need to know from people who use or have used the services, what is working well and what could be better. The survey won’t take long but it will be really useful for us to help us plan future care for children and young people in Wiltshire.”