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Heath Children's Centre
Did you know you can now register your interest for our courses online?
Find all our bookable courses through this link and select which activity you would like to come to, then fill in the online registration form and we will let you know when a place becomes available.
During half terms and school holidays not all regular groups run at the children's centre. Please contact us to confirm if a session is running as usual.
Our dedicated team are on hand to help you with the advice and support you need to be a parent.
Through our regular SOS sessions, we'll help you overcome your challenges and point you in the right direction.
There's also support available for speech and language therapy to help your child develop as well as a range of play activities.
And if you're a nanny or childminder, our PACEY support sessions are designed to help you develop your skills in caring for children.
We also have our own mobile children's centre - DAISY. You'll find all the services you expect from a children's centre onboard the bus.
You'll find a whole range of services at the centre including:
- Classes for expectant mums
- Antenatal classes
- Midwife clinics
- Parenting support and advice
- Adoption and fostering supoprt group
- Baby massage
- March 2015 Timetable
As part of overall health and wellbeing, it is important that children maintain a healthy weight. Currently, one in five Hampshire children in Year R are categorised as either overweight or obese. Learn more about the Hampshire Healthy Weights Strategy and the work which underpins it by visiting the website below.
Wessex Healthier Together - Parent Consultation
Your Opinion Counts
When your child is suffering from one of the common childhood illnesses eg a fever, rattly chest, runny nose, diarrhoea & vomiting, rash, urine infection; we would like to know what health services you use and how you think they could be improved.
Sometimes it is confusing to understand which services to use and when, and sometimes parents may choose to visit their A&E department or call 999 for an ambulance – when actually, if more local services were available, their child could have been looked after in the comfort of their own home.
The Wessex Healthier Together project has been set up to review how urgent paediatric care could be better delivered to children (aged under 5years) in Hampshire, Dorset & Wiltshire areas; and part of the process is to listen to the views of parents and carers.
Your thoughts are very important and we would be grateful if you could take 5mins to complete the survey for Parent/Carer/Guardians at: http://www.healthiertogetherwessex.nhs.uk/surveys/