Children with complex needs are to receive individual health plans

Puffett, Neil
November 2009
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;11/5/2009, p4
The article offers information on the plan of the government to provide individual health plan for children with complex health needs in Great Britain. It states that the health plan of the government was embodied in the government's new Healthy Child Programme (HCP). Based on the documents from the government, the Department of Health is about to publish guidance on commissioning and abortion services.


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