Most cities such as Hull are relatively deprived, but most other local authority or NHS boundaries for that city cover some more affluent suburban areas. Professionals who have contact with the public need to undertake screening and deliver brief interventions with their clients, referring to specialist treatment services as appropriate.
This approach can be used to for carers as well as the people they care for see the section on the asset-based approach for more information. Poor care during the birth, as well as increasing the risk to mother and child, can have other implications such as post-natal depression.
See the transition into adulthood section for information on the percentage of young people aged year who are not in education, employment or training NEET.
To mid-yearthere were 3, births and 2, deaths in the year. Building emotional resilience will help children handle the pressures of growing up and give them the right knowledge and skills to overcome challenges. The asset-based approach also aims to address this by providing more individualised support focused around the individual rather than the provision of separate services for each of their specific needs.
Overall, the story of Hull is a story of a City that is proud and optimistic and wants to share its sense of freedom and space with the rest of the UK.
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There was no statistically significant association between deprivation and prevalence across the general practices in Hull [ ].