Are you ready for the Integrated Review?
We can provide tailored support to help you at every stage. The Integrated Review at 2: integrating the Early Years Foundation Stage Progress Check and the Healthy Child Programme health and development review. Our tailored support will offer help to local areas that will be expected to integrate health and education child development reviews that are carried out and shared with parents when children are two years of age.
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Progress Check at age two (delivered by early years practitioners in a child's early years setting) will be brought together with the Healthy Child Programme (HCP) 2 - 2½ year old health and development review (delivered by health visiting teams), where possible, in an Integrated Review.
Combining the two review processes offers the potential to provide better and earlier intervention to support children's future outcomes. Age 2 is a key point in development where problems such as speech delay or behavioural issues may begin to emerge. Integrating health and education reviews at this age can help identify problems and can also reduce the risk of duplication and confusion in making referrals for those children who need more support.
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