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0-19 Isle of Wight Public Health Nursing service

SCHOOL NURSING     HEALTH VISITING       0-19 FACEBOOK

WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE

ISLE OF WIGHT

0 - 19 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING SERVICE

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The 0-19 Public Health Nursing team consists of both qualified midwives or Nurses with specialist training in Public Health, Senior support workers, Community Nursery Nurses, Support workers and administrative staff.

Our services are offered to all children under 19 who live on the Isle of Wight including those currently in elective home education.

These two professional teams are led by Specialist Community Public Health Nurses (SCPHN) who oversee the delivery of the Healthy Child Programme services. 

The 0 - 19 Healthy Child Programme is delivered in partnership with other agencies, providing early intervention and prevention, through a variety of approaches.



  


 
Our aim is to provide a professional, confidential  and
 universal service for every child o
n the Isle of Wight tempower them
to be healthy, happy and achieve their
full potential



 

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If you wish to contact either the School Nurse team or the Health Visiting team,

Please use the details below.

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For information and support on how to make small changes each day which will improve your child's health and development


Please click on the picture below to access the

'Change 4 Life' website



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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDING INFORMATION


As health care professionals we provide a confidential service to children and their families. However, as safeguarding the children is our main priority, if we feel concerned for the safety of a child, we will share information regarding our concerns to other agencies involved in their care.
Where possible we will aim to discuss this with you before sharing any information on.

If you feel concerned about a child - please contact HANTS safeguarding team on 0300 555 1384 

Or report your concerns anonymously online and can access this form by clicking on the picture below

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USEFUL WEBSITES

For tips on how to report child abuse or safeguarding concerns - https://www.nspcc.org.uk/

For tips on bowel and bladder problems - https://www.eric.org.uk/

For tips on how to live a healthier lifestyle - https://www.nhs.uk/change4life

For tips on children's sugary snacks, cereals and drinks - http://www.savekidsfromsugar.co.uk/

For checking signs and symptoms of your child's health - https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/ 

For support during pregnancy and post birth - https://www.yourbaby.org

For tips of signs and symptoms of brain tumours in babies and young people - https://www.headsmart.org.uk

For support and advice for young people within the L.G.B.T+ group - https://www.educateandcelebrate.org

For information on Island based NHS dentists - http://www.iow.nhs.uk/our-services/dentists/dentists.htm 

For guidance about E-safety and how to keep your children safe online - https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/



 

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