If you have any other developmental or emotional wellbeing concerns about your child you can speak to any Universal Service including GPs, health visitors, schools, school nurse or educational psychology.  

For some concerns or conditions there are flowcharts that set out who parents can contact if they have concerns about their child or young person and the pathways to diagnosis or care that follows.  There are separate pathways for the following:

Please note that the contact number for the Single Point of Access (SPA) has changed since the pathways were published. They will be updated in due course.

SPA contact details

Care pathway for children - general information

Diagnostic pathway for children - ADHD

Diagnostic pathway for children 0-5 years - Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 

Diagnostic pathway for children 5-18 years - Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

‚ÄčCare pathway for children - Eating disorders

Care pathway for children - Depression

Care pathway for children - Self harm

 Kingston: 

Social Communication Assessment Team (SCAT) Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnostic Pathway for children 0 -5 years (Kingston)

If you have any other developmental or emotional wellbeing concerns about your child you can speak to any Universal Service including GPs, health visitors, schools, school nurse or educational psychology.