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School Readiness

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If your child is due to start school this September we recognise that this can feel very overwhelming for some families. The 0-19 service would like to support you to help prepare your child be read for school.

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Managing Minor Illness

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Many common childhood illnesses can be treated at home, but it is important to trust your instincts and if you are concerned, seek advice.

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The 0-19 public health nursing service (health visiting and school nursing teams) can support children and young people who may require additional support or who would benefit from sign posting or referrals to more specialist services.

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Accidents don’t have to happen

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Accidents are among the leading, but preventable, causes of death, serious injury and long-term disability affecting our children, and they have been increasing in number. Hospital admissions as a result of accidents have also been rising.

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