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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

CAMHS is for children, young people and families with significant, severe, complex or persistent emotional, mental health, psychological and/or relationship difficulties.

Who is the service for?

Children and young people, up to 18 years.

Child Development Centre

Provides a service for children whose development is causing concern, with a range of conditions eg learning disabilities, autistic spectrum condition, physical disability and sensory impairment.

Who is the service for?

For children aged 0-4 years. Please see separate entries for children’s speech and language therapy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy for details of these services that see children aged 0-18 years.

Children Looked After

Aims to ensure that children who are looked after, have their health needs dealt with and a care plan in place.

Who is the service for?

For children who are looked after.

Children's Audiology Services

Provides age appropriate assessments of children and a follow on service from the Newborn Hearing Screening Programme and throughout the school life of the child.

Who is the service for?

Any child aged 0 - 18 years where there are concerns or doubts about hearing.

Children's Community Learning Disabilities

To contribute to the reduction of health inequality for children, young people and families.

Who is the service for?

Children & Young People with severe or complex learning disabilities up to the age of 18

Children's Community Nursing

Short and long term care for children with needs as below.

Who is the service for?

Children aged 0-18 years.

Children's Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists provide assessment and advice for children and young people who need help with skills for everyday occupations.

Who is the service for?

Children 0-18 years, 19 if attending school.

Children's Physiotherapy

Paediatric physiotherapists work with child development and childhood disabilities.

Who is the service for?

Children 0-18 years 19 if in special education.

Community Paediatrics

This team specialises in treating children and young people aged 0-18 years old outside hospital.

Who is the service for?

For children 0 -18 years and their families.

Cumbria Sexual Health Services

A specialist, integrated service offering STI testing and management, including HIV outpatient care, and a full range of contraceptive provision plus emergency coil fitting.

Who is the service for?

The service is open access with a mixture of walk in and appointment only clinics.We also provide information and guidance to Health professionals.

DASH (Drugs Alcohol Sexual Health)

As of 31st March 2015 Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will no longer be providing the above service on behalf of Cumbria County Council. If you have any queries relating to this service then please contact Paul Musgrave This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Family Nurse Partnership

Provides services for teenage parents and their babies.

Who is the service for?

Teenage women in the second trimester of pregnancy until her child is two years old.

Health Visitors

Programme of screening tests, advice and access to immunisation, child health reviews, information and supporting parents with healthy choices.

Who is the service for?

For children under the age of 5 years and their parents.

Paediatric Dietetics

Works with children with allergies, weight management, nutritional support, IBD, coeliac disease, borderline anorexia and others.

Who is the service for?

Children up to 18 years of ages. Also provides dietary support for children, families and carers.

Podiatry

Diagnosis and treatment of diseases and other disorders of the feet.

Who is the service for?

For children and adults with serious foot and lower limb problems.