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Talking Point, I Can

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Information to help you understand and support children and young people’s speech, language and communication.

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Parent Talk

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Down-to-earth parenting advice you can trust. We’re on hand to support parents, when you need us. Browse our articles on the most common parenting questions from our experts. Or talk one-to-one with a qualified parenting coach about anything that’s worrying you. It’s all free, and no topic is too big, small, or embarrassing.

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The Communication Trust.

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Four films entitled ‘through the eyes of a child’ for parents of children between birth and 3 years. The Communication Trust films are full of useful advice on how parents can encourage their child to talk and interact with them:

What support will I receive after my baby is born?

The next time you’ll see your public health nurse (health visitor) will be when your baby is between 10 and 14 days old, when you’ll receive a home visit.

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Our services for you and your baby

We have many services to support you with your new baby. These include visits from one of our health professionals, our new My developing baby group, child health clinic, baby massage and lots more.

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How do I keep my child safe online?

More and more learning and play is online, but you need to keep your child safe when the internet and technology is developing at such a continued fast pace.

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What is jaundice?

Jaundice describes a yellow tinge to the skin and to the whites of the eyes.

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