Swindon Health Visitors Website Health Visitors encourage, empower and support parents, guardians and carers to ensure the healthy development of their children. They work directly with parents and local communities to provide information and guidance to make the best choices about their options for a healthy lifestyle. They also deliver a range of evidence based enhanced services when other needs are identified and assessed.
Home Start UK Home-Start is a local community network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times. We are there for parents when they need us the most because childhood can’t wait.
Hungry Little Minds Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five. Children take everything in. They love it when you chat, play and read with them, even when they’re too young to understand everything. You can turn almost anything into a game. And every little thing you do together will help set them up nicely for the day they start school.
Tiny Happy People Tiny Happy People is here to help you develop your child's communication skills. Explore our simple activities and play ideas and find out about their amazing early development.
Peeple Website Parents Area As a parent or carer, you are baby or child's first and most important teacher - they are constantly learning from you, as you chat, play, sing and do all your usual day-to-day things
Swindon Portage and Special Tots Swindon Portage and Special Tots Service supports young children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) by; 1. Providing a special tots group for parents/carers and their children. 2. Offering a home visiting service to enable parents/carers to help their child. 3. To liaise with settings, schools the Local Authority and health services about the child’s SEND.
Support with children's bladder and bowel conditionsERIC, the Children’s Bowel and Bladder Charity is the UK’s leading charity supporting all children and teenagers with a bowel or bladder problem. For over thirty years, we have been providing information and emotional support to families about these common but often misunderstood conditions.
Parent to be? Information from the Swindon Local Offer rom finding out if you are pregnant to antenatal care and your baby's development, this section has information on health care and all you need to know about pregnancy, birth and looking after yourself and your baby. These are the advice and information sources that local parents and health professionals have told us are helpful. If you have any concerns during your pregnancy or just after you have your baby, you can always talk to your midwife or GP.
Contact Website for Families with Disabled ChildrenEarly years education settings in England have a duty to support children with special educational needs (SEN). Early years settings can include childminders, day nurseries, pre-schools, holiday playschemes and childcare in your own home. Find out more about diagnosis and provision here.
Confused about childcare? Choosing someone to look after your child when you return to work or training is one of the most important decisions you can make. Discover how PACEY is here to help and support you in that choice.