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Getting Your Baby Weighed

Steady weight gain is one of the indications that your baby is healthy and feeding well.  In the first few days after birth, it's perfectly normal for babies to lose some of their weight. Your baby will be weighed to make sure they regain their…

Girlguiding - Lincolnshire

Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK.   Thanks to the dedication and support of 100,000 amazing volunteers, we are active in every part of the UK, giving girls and young women a space where they can be themselves,…

Good Health

1. Transitions 2. Good Health 3. Annual Health Checks 4. Healthy Eating 5. Hygiene 2. Keeping Healthy    Eating good food and exercising are important for your health. Young people with disabilities may have various health needs, which may be met by different services and professionals…

GP Surgeries

1. Health 2. GP Surgeries 3. Search for GP Surgeries 2. What do General Practitioners (GP) do?  GPs usually work in practices as part of a team, which includes nurses, health care assistants, practice managers, receptionists and other staff.  Practices also work with other health…

GPs, Dental Health, School Nurses and Health Visitors

This section provides information about; GPs  Dentists and Dental Health School nurses and health visitors More information on these services including how to find your local GP, Dentist or hospital can be found on the NHS Choices website. Further information about Community Health Services is…

The Graduated Approach

1. What is SEND? 2. Identifying and Assessing SEND 3. How schools and other Educational settings support children with SEND 4. EHC Needs Assessment 5. SENDIASS -  Information and Advice Service (LIAISE) 6. The Graduated Approach 6. What is the Graduated Approach?  Every child and…

Growing up and moving to secondary school

Growing up and moving to secondary school is a significant change in any young person's life. This section includes information on: Services that can support young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability (SEND) and their parents with the transition to secondary school; The school admissions…

Health

This section includes services and provision provided by the NHS and other organisations. It includes information on: Services assisting education providers to support children and young people with medical conditions and disabilities. Therapy services. Provision for children and young people’s continuing care arrangements. Palliative and respite…

Health Action Plan

1. Transitions 2. Health Action Plan 2.Health Action Plan   What is a health action plan? A health action plan tells you what you need to do to keep healthy and what services and support you need to live a healthy life. The plan does…

Health Visitors, The Early Years

About the Service The Health Visiting service provides advice, information and help to parents and their new baby from pre-birth to their first year at school.  It is provided in Lincolnshire by Lincolnshire County Council as part of the Children's Health Service 0-19. Health Visitors…
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