Family Information Service

Published: 24 January 2019

Welcome to the Family Information Service Newsletter

In this edition you will be able to find more information on the 'Baby Check' app for poorly babies, support for pregnant women and new mothers experiencing low mood and anxiety, a way to give your views on Dementia support services in Warwickshire and much, much more!

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The Lullaby Trust 'Baby Check' app

The Lullaby Trust 'Baby Check' app is designed to help parents decide how ill their baby is. It consists of simple questions about signs/symptoms of illness. It aims to advise parents if their child requires medical attention.


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Support available if you are  pregnant or a new mum experiencing mental health health problems

'By Your Side' run session's for mother's experiencing low mood, anxiety or other mental illness in pregnancy or following the birth of their child. Pop in for a friendly chat & cuppa with other mothers who know how you feel.

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Help make Dementia care and services more accessible in Warwickshire

EQuIP wishes to hear your views and comments on Dementia care and services and how these services can be made more accessible to members of all communities. 

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Anger awareness courses available in North Warwickshire and Rugby

Sycamore Counselling are offering two group Anger Awareness Courses in Feb & March. They are free to attend for all residents of Nuneaton, Bedworth, North Warwickshire and Rugby that are aged 18 and over.

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Would you like help to manage your mental health?

The Recovery & Wellbeing Academy have released their course programme for January - March to help increase knowledge and skills in order to become an expert in managing our own mental health and wellbeing.


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Drop in sessions for parents/carers with young people with SEND

Send Supported offer monthly parent drop in sessions for parents/carers with young people with SEND, pop in for a coffee and chat with specialist teachers and meet other families. Send Supported also offer information sessions.

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Child Accident Prevention: Keep your children safe around hair straighteners

Hair straighteners can cause deep burns that can scar for life. Find out more on how to keep your child safe.

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