Childcare Sufficiency

Childcare Sufficiency Assessment 2016

Health Needs Assessments

Child and Adolescent Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health 2017

Domestic Violence Needs Assessment 2013-14

Health and Wellbeing Ward Comparison

Migrant Health Needs Assessment 2012

Substance Misuse Needs Assessment 2017

Housing Needs Assessments

Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment 2014

Housing Needs Market Assessment 2013

Private Sector Housing Stock Condition Survey 2013

Rough Sleeping in North East Lincolnshire 2019

Supporting People Needs Assessment 2011-2021

Local Safeguarding Children Board

Annual Report 2014-15

Looked After Children

Looked After Children Annual Report 2015-16

Mental Health and Wellbeing Needs Assessment

Report 2019

Summary 2019

Slideset 2019

Special Research Report on the use of New Psychoactive Substance in NEL 2019

Rapid Health Impact Assessments

COVID19 in North East Lincolnshire September 2020

Health Impact of Coal Dust in Immingham 2013

Shoreline East Marsh high-rise and Comber Place Demolition Proposal 2014

Sexual Health Needs Assessment

Report 2017

Technical Document 2017

Engagement Report 2017

Vulnerability in Children and Young People

Health Needs Assessment 2020

The Children’s Commissioner in England defines vulnerability as ‘the additional needs or barriers children face which may make them less likely to live healthy, happy, safe lives, or less likely to have successful transitions to adulthood’.

This health needs assessment describes the nature and prevalence of vulnerabilities in children and young people in North East Lincolnshire, along with their associated impact on health and wellbeing outcomes.

A modular approach has been taken, which describe the nature and impact of vulnerability at key trigger points, from birth through to transition to adulthood. A series of recommendations have been made to inform local priorities and maximise resource efficiency, and a range of preventive measures have also been identified.

Glossary

Module 1 - About this Health Needs Assessment

Module 2 - Background

Module 3 - Demography and Deprivation

Module 4 - Start Well: Healthy Birth

Module 5 - Start Well: Early Years

Module 6 - Five up in North East Lincolnshire

Module 7 - Developing Well

Module 8 - Parental and Social Factors

Module 9 - Service Utilisation: Children's Services

Module 10 - Service Utilisation: Health Services

Module 11 - Exploring Resilience

Module 12 - How well are we meeting needs?

Evidence Review - Childhood Vulnerabilities and Outcomes in Early Adulthood

Best Practice Guidelines and Useful Literature

 

This needs assessment is our dedicated children’s Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA), and compliments our overarching JSNA which is aligned to the North East Lincolnshire Outcomes Framework.

The needs assessment was presented to the SEND executive board on 5 March 2020

Presentation

SEND Data Summary