Solihull Council has launched a consultation to find out people’s views on the borough’s health services for children aged 0-19.
People are being asked what these services do well and how they can be improved so that it can plan for how these services will be provided in the future.
The Council has responsibility for commissioning health services for children that live or attend a school in Solihull.
These services include the Health Visiting Service which offers support and advice for families with children under five; the Infant Feeding Service which provides advice on breastfeeding and infant nutrition; the Family Nurse Partnership Programme that supports first time mums under 19 and the School Nursing Service for children aged 5-19. Together these services make up the Healthy Child Programme in Solihull.
The Council wants to hear people’s views on these services so that it can continue to provide effective services that best meet the needs of children and families.
People can complete the short questionnaire here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LF939G8 before 27 October. A simple visual guide to these services is also available at that link.