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  1. Your baby's health

    On this page you will find some useful information on your baby's health, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  2. Speech and language development

    Speech, language and communication play a vital role in our lives. Without being able to talk to, and understand other people we can’t do things like: communicate with our families, buy things at the shops, watch TV, build relationships, learn and go to work. Fortunately,…
  3. Primary schools

    On this page you will find some useful information on primary schools, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.
  4. Breastfeeding and Infant Feeding

    Whether it's your first baby or your fourth, it’s ok to ask for help and information about breastfeeding and infant feeding. Why not come along to a group where you can receive practical support, advice and solutions in a relaxed environment?   Additional support can be found…
  5. Parenting

    Your job as a parent is one of the most important there is - and unlike many other jobs it doesn’t come with training or a handbook! All parents need advice and guidance at some point when they are bringing up their children and you…
  6. Sexual exploitation

    Child sexual exploitation is a form of abuse which involves children (male and female, of different ethnic origins and of different ages) receiving something in exchange for sexual activity. Perpetrators of sexual exploitation are found in all parts of the country and are not restricted…
  7. Domestic Abuse

    Everyone has the right to live free from abuse and fear.  If you are experiencing domestic abuse you may feel frightened, alone and confused.  Please know that you are not to blame and you are not alone. Help and support is available. Domestic abuse can be threatening…
  8. Babysitting

    All parents deserve some time-out from the kids, to enjoy the company of their partner (you might actually get to finish a conversation!), have an uninterrupted meal (cooked by someone else, of course) or just a nice glass of wine at the pub. But not…
  9. Looked after children (children in care)

    What does “looked after children” mean? The term “Looked After” was introduced by the Children Act 1989 and refers to children and young people: under the age of 18 who live away from their parents or family are supervised by a social worker from the…
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