12:41 pm, Friday, 8th April 2022

New service for those with the highest need

The new Humber, Coast and Vale Keyworker Service is being developed as a response to the NHS England long term plan commitment that by 2023/24 children and young people with a learning disability, autism, or both, with the most complex needs will have a designated Keyworker.

The Keyworking function is an important response to ensuring children, young people and families get the right support at the right time, and that local systems are responsive to meeting their needs in a holistic and joined up way. 

The initial phase of this work 2021-2023 is focused on “children and young people who are inpatients or at risk of being admitted to hospital”.

Read more about them on their Local Offer page. NELC SEND Local Offer | Humber, Coast and Vale Keyworker Service (nelincs.gov.uk)

Find this page by using the search bar or click the ‘Getting independent advice and support’ page on the FAQ’s on the Home Page.

A link to it can also be found on the Professionals page, as well as the ‘Getting help’ drop down on the Parent and carer page.

Read their first newsletter. Humber, Coast and Vale Keyworker Service newsletter 1 (PDF, 420 KB)

Read the easy read newsletter for those with SEND. Humber, Coast and Vale Keyworker Service Easy Read newsletter 1 (PDF, 118 KB)