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Babies and Parenting

  • Dad Pad - DadPad is an essential guide for new dads, developed with the NHS. It can help by giving Dads the knowledge and practical skills that they need. The resource will support them and their partners to give their baby the best possible start in life. 

Visit:  https://thedadpad.co.uk/ for more information 

  • ICON - Infant crying and how to cope

Visit: https://iconcope.org/ for more information 

  • Safe Sleep for Babies - Every Sleep Counts - Safe Sleep is important to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

Visit: https://www.hampshirescp.org.uk/ for more information 

  • ChatHealth 0-5 - ChatHealth 0-5 is a text messaging service by Southern Health set up to support parents, carers and families of under 5s in Hampshire

Visit: https://www.southernhealth.nhs.uk/services/child-health-services/health-visiting/chat-health-0-5/ for more information 

Teenagers and Young Adults

  • ChatHealth 11-19 - ChatHealth 11-19, is a text messaging service by Southern Health School Nurses that supports young people in Hampshire 

Visit: https://www.southernhealth.nhs.uk/services/child-health-services/school-nursing/school-nursing-information-for-teens-11-19/ for more information

Healthy Living


Alcohol/Drug Support

ESCAPE-pain

ESCAPE-pain is a group-based rehabilitation programme for the management of osteoarthritis of the knee and/or hip. It is available widely across the UK and is supported by NHS England and Versus Arthritis. 

Patient criteria: 

  • Aged 45 or over
  • Chronic joint pain for at least 3 months
  • Needing a supervised exercise programme
  • Independently mobile and able to carry out regular exercise
  • Available to attend classes for 6 weeks

Please click here for more information or contact the surgery if you are interested in this programme. 

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