Good health is about our mind as well as our body. If we feel physically fit and feel good about ourselves, we are more likely to achieve more of what we want for ourselves and our family. We aim to support parents, carers and their children to do this, through direct support from us or by signposting or referrals to more specialist services.
Health Visiting Team
Child health clinics at Addlestone are every Monday morning
Child health clinics at Hythe site are alternate Thursday mornings
Antenatal sessions are at Addlestone on the 3rd Tuesday of every month
Introducing family food sessions are on the last Wednesday of each month
The Advice Line is available from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) and provides support on all aspects of child health, development and parenting.
A parenting programme which supports healthy eating. Supporting families to provide the best possible start in life for babies and children because what happens in childhood has lifelong effects on our health and wellbeing.
A free course primarily designed for women as victims of domestic violence. It is also suitable for men, wishing to change their attitudes and behaviour or for themselves, if they are victims of domestic abuse.
A practical down to earth approach to personal safety. It is a process that encourages self-empowerment and brings with it the skills to raise self-esteem and to help avoid being victimised. This is achieved by helping individuals to recognise and trust their intuitive feelings (Early Warning Signs) and to develop strategies for self-protection. The Protective Behaviours process encourages an adventurous approach to life that satisfies the need for fun and excitement without violence and fear. It is a safety awareness and resilience building programme to help children and adults to recognise any situation where they feel worried or unsafe and find out practical ways to keep safe.