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Health Visiting, Health Visitors in Cornwall

We can support families from late pregnancy to when your child turns 5 years of age. We offer all families the healthy child programme, health and development contacts up to the 2-2.5-year review. We can also support up to school entry if you need our…

Help in the Early Years if you are concerned about your child

By Contact: For families with disabled children Finding out that your child has additional needs can bring about a whole array of emotions. We know that regardless of the type of disability, health condition or additional need their child has, parents want information, support and…

Inspiring Garden Themes for Children

Learning in the Garden Alphabet gardenChoose 26 plants beginning with a different letter of the alphabet. You can use the RHS Plant Search to help you, or just check out a seed stand! Number gardenTry and focus on a sequence of numbers your child is…

Look, Say, Sing, Play

Right from birth, every time you talk, sing or play with your baby, you're not just bonding, you're building their brain.   Look at what your baby’s focusing on and how they react Brain-building all starts with taking a cue from your little one. Look to…

School Nursing in Cornwall

Your School Nurse is available to your child and family from when they start school until they transition into adult services. This means your School Nurse will be accessible and visible to children and young people through primary school to secondary school with the aim…

Speech Sound Development in Children Under Three

A child under three is expected to have unclear speech. When children first start speaking, they can only use a small range of sounds so many words are unclear. E.g. "tat" for cat, "dun" for sun, "dain" for train. You can help your child get…

Starting school checklist

Do you have a child starting school this September? Starting school this year is going to look a little bit different, but there are lots of things you can be doing at home over the next few weeks to get ready!

Ways to Help Babies and Children to Talk

Here are a variety of free and fun resources to aid language development in early years children.  Feed Your Little One with Words by NHS Speech and Language Therapist Kirsty Murrel: Language development in children under 3 years: Get them Noisy  Get them Chatting Get them saying…
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