North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Essex County Council are inviting local people to have their say on a draft plan that’s been developed aimed at helping children and young people to have the best start in life.
The ‘Children and Young People Strategy 2015-2018’ includes details of how local agencies will work together to ensure children have access to high quality health, care and education services that meet the clinical and social needs of children, young people and their families.
Hard copies are available by calling Louise Hagger- Commissioning Manager Children and Maternity Services North East Essex CCG on 01206 286823.
Please complete our survey online, or you can email us with your views at firstname.lastname@example.org please with Childrens Strategy as the subject line, thank you. The closing date for responses is Thursday 10th September.
Restriction of services – the North East Essex CCG is planning to restrict some services during the summer of 2015.
The plans to restrict services have been carefully considered by our clinicians and we have conducted extensive engagement with our local communities over the past year. We are carrying out further engagement during June, giving people an opportunity to feed their views to us.
While these are our intentions, it is important to stress that we will adopt a flexible approach. If our position changes in the future, the CCG would reconsider or adapt the implementation of these changes. We believe that by restricting the services in the way we intend to, we will save around £1m this year. This is against a total of £22m for 2015/16.
Local people are invited to send their feedback either in writing to the North East Essex CCG, Primary Care Centre, Turner Road, Colchester, CO4 5JR or by email: NEECCG.email@example.com
- Please click here to read more details about our plans;
- Please click here to see our video explaining our plans
- Please click here to see a copy of our press release – issued on 28 May 2015
- Please click here to see the consultation document on Specialist Fertility Services (IVF)
- Please click here to view a copy of the findings from the Big Care Debate
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