We want your views on Sefton’s 0-19 health service
Sefton Council has launched a public consultation to find out what residents think about the 0-19 years health services offered in the borough.
The consultation will allow Sefton’s Public Health Team to better understand the needs of Sefton’s residents, as it plans the future of the service. This includes gathering views on the health visiting service, the school nursing service and provides an opportunity to comment on the 0-19 health service in general.
The 0-19 team includes school nurses, health visitors, and nursery nurses who are available at a range of locations across the borough to support families and young people. They carry out health checks and provide immunisations for children and young people at home, family wellbeing centres, GP practices and in schools.
Parents and carers, young people and those who work alongside the service are encouraged to share their views about the current offer and suggest ways they think it could be done better.
Cllr Ian Moncur, Sefton Council’s Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, said: “We want to ensure that the 0-19 Health Service in Sefton is the best possible offer for our residents.
“This consultation is an opportunity for the council to better understand what our residents think of these services. Please take the time to get involved and have your say.”
The consultation can be completed online at https://yourseftonyoursay.sefton.gov.uk