Health services in the Leeds Local Offer are provided and commissioned by the NHS and Leeds City Council through Public Health. There is not one NHS for Leeds, it is organised into eight local or regional organisations. All these organisations work closely together, but it is important to know that they are different.
Health services in the Leeds Local Offer are NHS services or Leeds City Council services, they are for everyone.
These are available in the local area without the need for a specialist assessment. You do not need to see someone else first or be referred to use universal services.
Targeted and specialist services:
Some health services are not available unless you have specific needs. You or your child will need to be referred to get the service.
Please use the external links on this page to find out more about the NHS in Leeds or use the ‘find services for SEN and disabilities’ button on this page to find out more information on specific health topics and services offered in Leeds.