Children's Services Index

Children and young people services within our Trust:

CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) – This service supports children and young people experiencing mental health difficulties across Hull and East Riding.

Inspire (CAMHS) – Is a mental health inpatient unit for young people from Hull, East Riding and North and North-East Lincolnshire.

Integrated Specialist Public Health Nursing Service (ISPHNS) – This is a Public Health Nursing Service for children and young people aged minus 9 months to 19 (25) years of age and their families. Our School Nurses offer support in educational settings including schools to young people aged 11-19 (up to 25 for young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities). This support includes emotional, sexual, and physical health support to young people.

PSYPHER (Psychosis service for People in Hull and East Riding) - PSYPHER supports young people aged 14 and above, who are distressed by experiences of Psychosis (for example, they may be hearing voices or having beliefs that others do not).

Sensory Processing Service - Humber Sensory Processing Service – This is a specialist service providing support to children who have sensory processing difficulties, which can impact on their daily lives. This team supports children and young people up to the age of 18.

Children's Learning Disability Team – This team supports children and young people with a learning disability, helping them to reach their full potential in relation to social, physical and psychological health needs.

YOURhealth/Health Trainers - This team helps and encourages people to quit smoking and support from the age of 12 and above and support good physical and mental health.

Integrated Paediatric Therapy Service – This service includes Speech and Language Therapy, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy for children, young people and their families who live, or go to school, in Hull or the East Riding of Yorkshire. They support children and young people up to the age of 19.

Looked After Children's Health Team – This team ensure that all children and young people, up to the age 18 receive a medical assessment within 20 working days of becoming looked after by the local authority and then yearly health assessment to make sure their health needs are being met.

East Riding Children's Occupational Therapy Service / Hull Children's Occupational Therapy Service – These services work with children and young people in the community who have a range of mild to complex disabilities and difficulties, including developmental delay, motor disorders and/or complex physical disability.

Hull and East Riding Children’s Neurodiversity service - This service also includes Children’s Community Team for Learning Disabilities (CTLD), Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) assessment and diagnosis, Children’s Sensory and Children’s SEND Sleep Support services. It also offers support to children with long-term health conditions. They also offer a ‘Front Door’ service to help children, young people and their families access information, advice and early help. This includes support to access a range of services, that could include assessment for a range of neurodiverse conditions. The child/young person does not need to have a diagnosis to access the service.

Hull Mental Health Support Teams – This team providing early intervention mental health support for children and young people aged 5 – 18 within Hull schools and colleges.

Emotional Wellbeing Service (East Riding) – This service offers adults and young people over the age of 16 support for anxiety, low mood, worry, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, phobias, panic disorder and other mental health problems.