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Derbyshire is made up of several NHS trusts, all working together to ensure the highest quality of care is delivered to Derbyshire Residents. The Health and Care Bill 2022 created Integrated Care Boards (ICB) as replacements for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs). An ICB is a statutory body which brings together NHS organisations and partners to improve population health and establish shared priorities within the local NHS.

ICBs will replace CCGs as the local statutory NHS body, building on successful work by all our health and care organisations including the CCG over the last 5 years.

Derbyshire Healthcare trust (Derby and South Derbyshire):

University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust:

Annual Health Checks

Annual health checks are available for adults and young people aged 14 or over with a learning disability:

Joined Up Care Derbyshire - Annual Health Checks includes information about the annual health checks for people with learning disabilities, and their family/carers, and for professionals to help them provide high quality health checks.

YouTube – This short film encourages people aged 14 years and older with a Learning Disability to attend their Annual Health Checks (AHCs) yearly.

Building the right support in Derbyshire – The Learning Disability and Forensic Support Team provide enhanced community support to people with learning disabilities and / or autism, to help them avoid hospital stays. The team mainly (but not exclusively) work with people who have committed an offence in the past or may display risky behaviours.

North Derbyshire Specialist Disability Support Services Directory – As a specialist health care service for people with a Learning Disability in North Derbyshire, North Derbyshire Specialist Disability Support Services are commissioned to respond to health needs directly related to or arising from a person’s Learning Disability. The primary base is at Ash Green but they provide services across the North of the county.

Derbyshire Disability ServicesAnyone may become disabled, or develop a long-term health condition and find themselves needing extra support, advice or help. We can help you to identify what support needs you have and how best to meet these.

Transitions from Children to Adult Health Service

A guide for young people transitioning to Adult Services. This guide is for young people with complex needs aged 15-18. The information is about what will happen as you move from children’s services to adult’s services.

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