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Reuniting Public Health Services for Children and Young People: Early Help - Let’s Start as We Mean to Go On
 

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by Dr Stephen Munday, Director of Public Health, Solihull MBC

by Dr Stephen Munday, Director of Public Health, Solihull MBC

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  • Early help place – Solihull has an Early Help Board with a 0-5 task group
  • [use this slide as the framework for talking about the work of the 0-5 task group re the new children’s centre offer - including0-5 outcomes frameworkModel pathway]

Reuniting Public Health Services for Children and Young People: Early Help - Let’s Start as We Mean to Go On Reuniting Public Health Services for Children and Young People: Early Help - Let’s Start as We Mean to Go On Presentation Transcript

  • Solihull Dr Stephen Munday Director of Public Health
  • Background • Co-terminosity (SMBC and Solihull PCT) • History of joint working (were a Care Trust) • Early transfer of public health to SMBC (Phase 1 April 2012)
  • Enabling factors • Childrens health commissioning taken on by SMBC (under S75 with Solihull CCG) • High priority afforded to emotional wellbeing of children since NST visit • Solihull ambition to be an Early Help Place • Named Health Visitor in every Solihull nursery • Health Visitor practice informed by the Solihull Approach • Baby Friendly accredited breastfeeding service
  • Progress in last year + • HV targets in the Health and Wellbeing strategy • Early Intervention Foundation pioneer (20 nationally) • Joint commissioning of parenting programmes (including Leksand model) • Audit of perinatal mental health
  • Progress in last year + (cont…) • Engaging HVs (and midwives) through work on – Children’s Centres – commissioning of Healthy Start vitamins – SIDS campaign • Public health active within HV/FNP Steering Group and engaged with Health Visitors through the ‘building community capacity’ initiative
  • Solihull Early Help Board Progressive Universalism Emotional well-being and Attachment Integrated Working The impact of socioeconomic status COPRODUCTION Early education The first 1000 days of life The most important role: parents