The partnership covers 11 areas of work including:

• 0-19 Team (health visiting and school nursing)
• Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CaMHS)
• Children’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Service
• National Child Measurement Programme
• Assessment and diagnosis of autistic spectrum conditions (through referrals made by a Speech and Language Therapist, Paediatrician, SENCO or Educational Psychologist)
• Support for children and young people with learning disabilities
• Home-Start Family Support
• Healthy child vitamins

Thriving Kirklees involves five different organisations working across the district

• Locala Community Partnerships CIC
• Home-Start Kirklees
• Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust
• South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust (SWYPT)
• Yorkshire Children’s Centre

Thriving Kirklees is based around the national Healthy Child Programme framework designed to improve the integration of services for children and their families and was commissioned by Kirklees Council, Greater Huddersfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and North Kirklees CCG.

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