You can contact your health visiting directly via the contact details here (link to Accessing our health visiting services).
- Making an appointment with your GP
- Calling NHS 111 and describing their symptoms
- Going to your nearest A&E department
- If you believe that their symptoms are so serious that you require an ambulance you can call 999.
If you are unsure on what action should be taken, and you donít believe the issue to be an emergency, you can always contact your health visiting team via the contact details here.
If we have the data and it supports the child to have us share it then yes it should be given. It is usual for the GP to have the most up to date information and you may want to refer the client or professional to the GP to access that but there is no reason not to be helpful and supportive in information gathering/sharing in the best interest of the child.
Child Health Clinic
|Age||No more than|
|2 weeks to six months||Once a month|
|6-12 months||Once every 2 months|
|Over 12 months||Once every 3 months|
The NHS has a great guide on how to cope if you feel your childís fussy eating habits are becoming problematic. http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/Pages/fussy-eaters.aspx