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  1. General welfare

    Please see related Information for advise on your child’s general welfare as he/she develops. For further advise please contact your health visitor, GP, Pharmacist.
  2. More serious illnesses

    Please see below advise for more serious childhood illnesses (not common in all children). For further advise please contact your GP, NHS 111 or 999 in an emergency.
  3. Childhood illnesses

    Most of the common illnesses your child may develop are a natural part of growing up. If your baby is younger than 6 months old, it is important to remember that they may be affected differently by common illnesses compared to older children. The advice…
  4. Common Childhood Illnesses - The first months

    Congratulations on your new arrival. Here's what to expect during your new-born baby's first month of life. Please see below common childhood illnesses that your baby may experience and advise on how to manage these illnesses. For further advise please contact your health visitor, GP,…
  5. Common Childhood Illness

    This resource has been put together by Newham Council, Children’s Health 0-19 Service. Every parent or carer wants what is best for their growing baby and to give them the best start in life. You can use this resource to help you know what to do when…
  6. Useful health resources for 24-36 months

    Two Year reviews Health reviews are usually carried out by your health visitor or community nursery nurse at your local GP surgery, health centre or children's centre.   Ahead of your child’s two year health review, you'll be sent an ASQ-3 questionnaire about your child’s development…
  7. Useful health resources for 12-24 months

    One year review – what will happen and a contact number if they haven’t been contacted or new in borough Your child’s one year health review is important as it is an opportunity to check their development. The health review covers the following areas;  Accident…
  8. Useful health resources for 0 to 12 months

    Welcome to the Newham Health Visiting page and congratulations on the news of your pregnancy. Alongside your midwife, your health visitors will begin to introduce you to the Health Visiting Service between 28-34 weeks of pregnancy. Until then, there are many sources of support and…
  9. Health Visiting Service

    Health visitors work with children and their families from the antenatal period until children are five. We work in partnership with other agencies such as midwives, GPs, schools, social workers, voluntary services and children centres.   Together we aim to improve the health and wellbeing of…
  10. Getting ready for school

    It is our aim in Newham to ensure every child has the best start in life to enable them to meet their full potential. One of these aims is to help make your child’s transition into school as smooth as possible by working together to…

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