Clydesdale MSP, Aileen Campbell has added her support to NHS Lanarkshire’s new child health review for all Lanarkshire children.

The new review will be offered to all children aged 30 months to help them reach their health and development potential. It replaces the 24 month review for children who required additional and intensive support, and will be implemented in line with the Scottish Government’s policy on the Child Health Programme and the government’s aim to give every child in Scotland the best start in life.

Parents will be notified by letter when their child is due to undergo their review and to ensure continuity of care it will be carried out by the child’s own pubic health nurse.

Commenting on the review, Aileen Campbell said:

"This new child health review by NHS Lanarkshire is a positive step forward for child health care in the area.

"It will give the health board the opportunity to work with parents to help foster strong early development in their child, provide health advice, and if required, identify any additional support a child may need.

"Through this review NHS Lanarkshire will be able to tackle health inequalities and make sure children in Clydesdale and across Lanarkshire have the best possible start in life."



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