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0-19 Health and Wellbeing Service

0-19 Health and Wellbeing Service

 

Our 0-19 Health and Wellbeing Service will enable children and young people in the region to access a range of services quickly to ensure they achieve their full potential as adults.

 

The service includes:
Continence
• Family Nurse Partnership
Health Visiting
Nutrition & Dietetics
School Nursing


It offers advice and support around sexual health and emotional wellbeing, birth and infant feeding support, as well as wider health and wellbeing concerns, such as stop smoking, alcohol/drug misuse, mental health, internet safety, aspirations and goals, confidence and self-esteem.


Our 0-19 Health and Wellbeing Service for local children, young people and their families has been developed in consultation with young people and local families to offer services starting in the antenatal period including: 

  • support from our health visiting and family nurse partnership team including supporting the transition to parenthood
  • regular health reviews at key points during the child's development
  • infant feeding support
  • managing minor illness and prevention of accidents
  • school nursing and immunisations
  • work with primary and secondary schools on nutrition, oral health and contraception
  • weight management support for children, young people and their families
  • targeted work around drugs, alcohol and smoking
  • support for young carers


Our service provides children, young people and families with:

  • personal, informative, tailored advice and support
  • emotional health and wellbeing support for parents and children
  • a range of community clinics
  • drop-in support
  • flexible opening times
  • dedicated young people's clinics


Our teams are out and about at events in the community to promote the service and provide information as required.

Partnerships

Our teams work in partnership with local organisations to deliver the service.

 

Our Wirral team deliver their service in partnership with:

Barnardo's

Brook

Home-Start Wirral

 

Our Cheshire East team deliver their service in partnership with:

Cherubs Breastfeeding Support

 

Wirral

Contact

 

If you would like more information about our 0-19 Health and Wellbeing Service in Wirral please contact the team on 0151 514 0219

 

Like our 0219HVHub Facebook page.

 

Cheshire East

 

Contact

If you would like more information about our 0-19 Health and Wellbeing Service in Cheshire East please contact the team on 0300 123 4665 

 

Wellbeing Hub

  

Our 0-19 Service in Wirral runs a number of Health and Wellbeing Hubs for school aged children, young people and their families.

 

The Hubs are safe and confidential environment to discuss health related topics including: healthy eating, weight management, sleep behaviour, bed wetting, behavioural concerns, emotional wellbeing, confidence/self-esteem and lifestyle advice, as well as signposting and referrals to other services if needed.

 

Weekly Hub drop-in clinics:

 

Every Monday, 4.00pm - 6.00pm (drop-in, no appointment needed)

St Catherine’s Health Centre, Health Visitor Clinic, 1st floor, Derby Rd, Birkenhead CH42 0LQ

 

Every Tuesday, 4.00pm - 6.00pm (drop-in, no appointment needed)

Eastham Clinic, Eastham Rake, Eastham CH62 9AN

 

Every Wednesday, 4.00pm - 5.30pm (drop-in, no appointment needed)

Greasby Clinic, Greasby Road, Greasby CH49 3AT

 

Every Thursday, 4.00pm - 6.00pm (drop-in, no appointment needed)

Victoria Central Health Centre, Clinic Room, 1st floor, Mill Lane, Wallasey CH44 5UF 

 

For more information call 0151 514 0219, like us on Facebook - 0219HVHub or you can drop-in to one of our FREE sessions.

 

 

Last Updated: Thursday, 29 March 2018 09:28

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