Tagged: Healthy Child Programme

Health visiting: delivering an even better service for children, families and communities

Effective local partnerships are at the heart of efforts to transform provision and access to high quality health visiting services throughout England This is the aim and belief of the NHS Alliance (NHSA) and a key theme of this year’s … Read more → – Health visiting: delivering an even better service for children, families and communities

Helping health visitors strengthen delivery of maternal mental health services

The Government has set out its intention and commitment to supporting families. It recognises the crucial role of health visitors in taking the lead in communities to deliver services in partnership with midwives, GPs, Sure Start Children’s centres and others. … Read more → – Helping health visitors strengthen delivery of maternal mental health services

Health visitor early implementer achievements – one year on published

This ‘one year on’ report published provides more detail about the outcomes of the health visitor early implementer sites’ (EIS) activities. It is a ‘one stop’ access point to the main elements of learning that came from the initial group … Read more → – Health visitor early implementer achievements – one year on published

Getting it right for children, young people and families

Maximising the school nursing contribution The Department of Health, Department for Education, key partner organisations, professionals, young people and children have joined forces to launch a vision for the future of school nursing. Getting it right for children, young people … Read more → – Getting it right for children, young people and families