The North Lincolnshire Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Transformation Plan describes our priorities and associated changes we intend to make in order to improve the lives and outcomes for our local children and young people.
The impetus to engender a culture of change, influenced by the Future in Mind agenda, remains a key priority for our area and the desire to work together in an innovative and transparent way, led by what our local children and young people tell us, is as always our guide.
Cover picture designed by 8-year-old Georgie
Recognising the challenges we face locally, regionally and nationally we have embraced this opportunity to reflect on our progress to date, being transparent and pragmatic regarding the areas we need to improve and develop, the areas in which our progress might not have been as we would have expected, but most importantly celebrating our successes. We have taken the learning not only from the areas for development, but also from our successes in order to reflect on what this tells us about the kinds of services and experiences our local children and younger people aspire to.
This refreshed Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Transformation Plan details our successes to date against the priorities originally described in the inaugural plan and our revised priorities which have been influenced by our learning and reflective practice thus far. We acknowledge that this remains an organic document which has, can and will change to reflect the ever changing health and social care landscape and the lived experiences of our local children and young people.
Dr Faisel Baig
Governing Body GP Member & Clinical Lead for Mental Health, NHS North Lincolnshire CCG