Humber and North Yorkshire Keyworker Service
The Humber and North Yorkshire Keyworker Service supports autistic people and people with a learning disability or both up to the age of 25, with the most complex needs and are inpatients in, or at risk of being admitted to, a mental health inpatient unit.
Visit their website, Humber and North Yorkshire Keyworker Service.
Keyworker Service Family & Friends Survey
Your feedback is important to us, we would really like to ask you a few questions based on your experience of our services. To take part in our Friends and Family Test Survey (also available in Easy Read Format) please follow the link and enter the Team Code KS112 when prompted: Friends and Family Test (humber.nhs.uk)
Our Keyworkers work with people, and their families, to get the right support at the right time. They will make sure that all the local services work together to meet the needs of people in a holistic and joined-up way.
Our service has been developed as a response to the NHS England long term plan which includes a commitment that ‘by 2023/24 autistic people and people with a learning disability or both, with the most complex needs will have a designated Keyworker.’ Full details can be found on NHS England’s Children and Young People Keyworker.
- You can also watch a video created by our Keyworkers below:
Humber and North Yorkshire Keyworker Service Video 1 – Frame.io
- We are delighted that Hull Parent Carer Forum have created a video about our service. Please see the video below:
Children and young people with additional needs can understand how the service can help them by reading this Easy Read document. What does the key worker service do? Easy read version (114 KB, PDF)
Our service is confidential. We will discuss with you who we share your information with. If we are concerned about the safety of a person we have a duty to report this. We are committed to working with the Safeguarding Children’s Board Guidelines and the Principles of the Children Act 1989 (updated 2004).