Skip to main content Help with accessibility

Support Children, Young People and Families

Overview

Having a safe, loving and nurturing start in life supports children to go on to enjoy happy and fulfilling lives. Evidence shows that much of the poor health experienced in later life can be the result of adverse experiences in childhood, which can impact on health for life and can also carry through into future generations. Unfortunately, not all children and young people in Wirral have the same life chances that enable them to live their best life. That is why ensuring that all children and young people have the best start in life is a priority.


Joint Strategic Needs Assessments

JSNA: Children and Young People's Emotional Health and Wellbeing Needs Assessment (November 2022)

JSNA: Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (July 2022)

JSNA: Children and Young People Demographics (November 2021)

JSNA: Young Carers (November 2019)

JSNA: Child and Family Poverty (January 2019)

JSNA: Childhood Obesity (December 2018)


Wirral Information

Mental Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People (July 2022)

Infant Mortality (March 2022)

LGInform: Wirral SEND Report (December 2021)

Wirral: North West Peer Challenge (2019/20)

Wirral Ofsted Improvement Plan (October 2019)


Liverpool City Region

Children and Young People's Transformation Programme (November 2021)

Children and Young People Health and Wellbeing Profile (2020)


Office for Health Impacts and Disparities (OHID) Reports

Child Health Profile (2021)

*For previous Child Health Profiles dated back to 2011, please visit the OHID Child and Maternal Health page and ensure the Geography selected is Wirral (the default is County Durham).

Perinatal Mental Health

For more information, please visit the Education and Skills and Health and Wellbeing (Children) sections of our interactive State of the Borough report