This poster lists a series of tips for involving young disabled people in participation.
Quality from a patient’s perspective; A children and young people’s toolkit
These tips set out an approach to successful co-creation with young people.
Guidance about how to involve children and young people in Specialised Commissioning procedures.
A short video by the World Health Organisation which introduces and explains the concept of people-centred care.
A guide to what young people want from GP’s and health services in their area.
A single point of access to a pathway, resources and key guidance regarding transition for healthcare providers and commissioners.
An informative leaflet for young people and their carers about being seen alone and to assist with transition from child to adult services.
Connecting Care for Children (CC4C) is changing the way that children’s healthcare is commissioned, delivered and experienced in London by making the expertise of paediatricians in hospitals much more widely available. It is developing creative ways to improve engagement and communication with young people.
The publication provides information to ensure the safe, meaningful and ethical participation of children and young people within the delivery of quality child health services. It also practically demonstrates how we can contribute towards creating a culture of participation.