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Children's National Service Framework documents


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Type: Report
Region: United Kingdom

The Childrenâ?Ts NSF, published on 15 September 2004, sets standards for childrenâ?Ts health and social services, and the interface of those services with education. It is a 10-year programme intended to stimulate long-term and sustained improvement in childrenâ?Ts health. Setting standards for health and social services for children, young people and pregnant women, the NSF aims to ensure fair, high quality and integrated health and social care from pregnancy, right through to adulthood.

At the heart of the Childrenâ?Ts NSF is a fundamental change in thinking about health and social care services. It is intended to lead to a cultural shift, resulting in services being designed and delivered around the needs of children and families. The Childrenâ?Ts NSF is aimed at everyone who comes into contact with, or delivers services to children, young people or pregnant women.

The Childrenâ?Ts NSF is composed of a number of documents. download links can be found on this page.



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refer to the resource. (2006) Children's National Service Framework documents [Online]. Available from: [Accessed: 2nd April 2020].


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