Tips for parents and carers as the weather gets colder, from The Lullaby Trust.
School Nurses have created a new, unique health and wellbeing website for students aged 11 to 14 at secondary school in Surrey.
Front-line occupational therapist Anthea Cooper gives her unique insight into occupational therapy at Children and Family Health Surrey, why the work is so rewarding and how children are at the centre of care.
Children and Family Health Surrey has worked closely with Surrey County Council and local borough councils across Surrey to continue to deliver local community health services, including child health drop-ins and 27 month reviews, following the closure of…
In areas where children’s centres have closed or are due to close, we are exploring other local venue options for our child health drop-ins. Please visit the Child health drop-in page for the latest information.
In April 2019, Children and Family Health Surrey launched a two-year outreach programme to improve the health of local Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) communities.
Surrey parents can give e-consent for their children’s school-based immunisations from the start of the 2019/2020 academic year as we introduce a new online consent system.
With the current high temperatures, we have advice and tips on how to keep your baby safe and cool when out and about with a pram or pushchair.
Numbers of Surrey secondary school students contacting school nurses by text has increased steadily over the past year.