0 to 19 Children's Service - Luton
In order to deliver the best possible patient care during the Coronavirus outbreak, we will be reorganising aspects of children's services that are provided and delivered by CCS NHS Trust.
Please see the details on our public website for which services will be continuing, what changes will be made, and what will be suspended until further notice. Please also check back to this page in future for further updates.
The 0 to 19 Service is delivered by health visiting, school nursing and infant feeding teams, and is offered to:
- all children aged under 19 who are registered with a Luton GP or attend school in Luton
- their parents/guardians/carers
There is an open access referral system in place which includes self-referrals. The service is provided in a variety of settings including:
- client's homes
- GP surgeries
Healthy child programme
The vision of the 0 to 19 Service is that all children will reach their full potential. We aim to contribute to this through delivery of the 'healthy child programme in partnership with other agencies.
The programme is an early intervention and prevention public health programme which consists of:
- interventions such as screening, immunisations, health
- development reviews
- health promotion
- advice to children, young people and their parents/guardians or carers
The programme includes:
- antenatal contacts
- new birth visits by day 14
- three to four month maternal mental health assessments
- one year development assessments
- two year development assessment
- school entry reviews
- national child measurement programme
- universal health promotion
- advice, signposting and referrals to other agencies
- progressive packages of care
Contact us for further information about the services we provide.
Who to contact
- 0300 555 0606 (Health Hub)
Last updated 16/02/2022