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Advice on Vitamin D

Advice on Vitamin D for pregnant or breastfeeding women, infants and young children – Leaflet You may be entitled to FREE vitamins through the Healthy Start Voucher Scheme. To apply, ask your midwife, health visitor or GP.   Did you know? Sunlight is essential for the…

Children's Party Food

Some childrens' party food can contain high amounts of sugar and calories and not be particularly healthy for children. This infographic under 'Downloads' gives some healthier options for you to lay out at parties, and also shows foods that are not as healthy due to their…

Emotional and Mental Health Services in Wandsworth

The South West London Clinical Commissioning Group has put together a map showing the emotional support services that are available for young people in Wandsworth. There are services for: getting advice and support getting help getting further support Please find the map under 'Downloads'.

Physical activity guidelines for children and young people

Physical Activity Guidelines for Children Young People is an NHS Choices information page. To stay healthy or to improve health, children and young people need to do three types of physical activity each week: aerobic, muscle-strengthening and bone-strengthening activity. The amount of physical activity you…

Physical activity guidelines for children under 5

Physical Activity Guidelines for Children (under 5) is a NHS Choices information page. Being physically active every day is important for the healthy growth and development of babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Parents will find the website useful to: learn how much physical activity is the…

Postnatal Depression

The ‘baby blues’ The ‘baby blues’ describes feelings of tearfulness, anxiety and irritability that many women experience 3 or 4 days after giving birth. These feelings are common and usually only last for a few days. Postnatal depression Around 1 in 10 mothers develop postnatal…

Resources to Support Schools in Promoting Pupil Health and Wellbeing

The following are useful resources to support schools in promoting pupil health and wellbeing within and outside the school curriculum.

Speech and Language Drop-In Advice Sessions

The Speech and Language Therapy Service provide drop-in advice sessions across the Borough.Sessions are mainly for families who would like advice or who have any concerns about their child's speech or language development.For more information and leaflets, please see the documents under 'Downloads'. Telephone: 07760 396…

Top tips for looking after little teeth

This leaflet has tips for parents and carers for looking after their child's teeth. It talks about: toothbrushing food and drinks going to the dentist. You can find the leaflet under 'Downloads'.

The Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group

The Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group is a group of GP’s who are responsible for designing local health services. Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for planning, commissioning or ‘buying’ and monitoring health services for the people who live in the borough, including: Rehabilitation care…