Appendix

Appendix & Reference

Steering Group Membership

Cambridgeshire County Council/Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG

Name Position/Organisation
Tracey Cogan Head of Public Health, NHS England, East Anglia Area Team
Sian Evans Consultant in Public Health, Knowledge & Intelligence Team (East), Public Health England
Maria Karretti General Practitioner
Bronwen Whittaker Lead Nurse, Children & Young People’s Integrated Services, Suffolk County Council
Carrie MacGregor Assistant Director Children’s Public Health Services, Central Essex Community services
Jo Sollars Children’s centres Strategy & Support Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council
Elaine Hammonds Commissioning & Quality Manager – Early Years, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
Vimal Tiwari GP, Clinical Lead for Child Health, Herts Valley CCG
Melanie Clements Consultant Paediatrician, Chair Strategic Clinical Network
Pamela Agapiou Director Universal Services, East Coast Community Healthcare
David Bruce Head of Integrated Commissioning Team, Children and Families, Luton Borough Council
Julia Whiting Health Visitor Programme Lead, Health Education East of England
Sue Tyler Acting Assistant Director Children’s Services, Central Bedfordshire Council
Eva Alexandratou Head of Children’s Joint Commissioning Children, Families and Adults Services,
Ellie Henderson Programme Development Manager - Social Inclusion, Ormiston Children and Families Trust
Sue Haynes Chartered Counselling Psychologist / Senior CBT Clinician, Enhanced Primary Mental Health Team, Hertfordshire Partnership University NHSFT
Emily Steggall Consultant in Public Health Medicine (Children and Health Inequalities), Cambridgeshire County Council
Jane Hayley Maternity, Newborn, Children and Young People Network manager, NHS England, East Anglia
Sharon Palmer Public Health Programme Manager – NHS England, East Anglia Area Team
Sally Orr Head of Early Years and Childhood Services, Hertfordshire County Council
Catherine Goodall Consultant in Public Health, Anglia and Essex Centre, Public Health England
Kath Evans Programme Lead - Children & Young People Emergency Care Pathway, NHS Institute for Innovation & Improvement
Tony Hadley Project Manager, Sustain Improvement

Workstream Membership

Maternity & Midwifery

Name Position/Organisation
Paula Doherty Children’s Joint Commissioning Manager, Acute, Community and CAMHS Services, Luton Borough Council
Lesley Talbot Children’s Centre Team Manager - Child Poverty and Early Intervention, Central Bedfordshire Council
Sharon Wheeler Hub Manager, Community Link Children’s Centre, Luton
Margaret Holtz Specialist Nurse & Team Lead (Health Visitor), Breastfeeding Team, East Coast Community Healthcare
Ashling Bannon Children’s Centre Manager Cambridgeshire County Council
Susan Jalali Commissioning Manager - Children Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Luton Commissioning Support
Debbi Keeley Manager, Berrygrove Children’s Centre, Hertfordshire Children’s centres
Angela Rees Service Manager, Peterborough North, Universal Services, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Foundation Trust
Rowena Harvey Professional Lead for Health Visiting, Peterborough Children’s Services, Cambridge & Peterborough Foundation Trust
Sylvia Jeffers Team Leader - Health Visiting, Children’s Services – Cambridgeshire Community Services (Luton)
Jane Hayley Maternity, Newborn, Children and Young People Network manager, NHS England, East Anglia
Sue Arrowsmith Public Health Commissioning Manager, NHS England - East Anglia Area Team
Emma Morley HV Business Manager, Cambridgeshire Community Services
Christine Bell Head of Midwifery/Women’s Nursing Services Manager, East and North Hertfordshire NHS trust
Fiona Parkes Senior Midwifery Manager, West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Angela Jeffers Outpatient Lead Midwife, Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Anna Shasha Head of Midwifery, Addenbrookes
Helen Lucas Head of Midwifery, Luton & Dunstable Hospital Trust
Joanna Goddard Named Midwife for Safeguarding Children / Vulnerable Women, Rosie Hospital, Cambridgeshire University Hospitals
Karen Hull Service Manager – Women’s & CASH, Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust
Margaret Southgate Head of Midwifery, West Hertfordshire NHS Trust
Meredith Deane Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust
Patricia Davis Head of Midwifery, West Suffolk Hospital NHS FT
Penny Brett Head of midwifery, Peterborough & Stamford NHS FT

Maternal Mental Health

Name Position/Organisation
Jaqueline Banks CCS (Luton)
Stephanie Cash Children’s Trust Business & Commissioning Manager, Integrated Commissioning Team- Children and Families, Luton Borough Council
Lesley Boyce Great Yarmouth Community Trust
Paula Carr Specialist Health Visitor Perinatal Mental Health, North East London Foundation Trust
Amanda Lewis Health Visitor, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
Deirdre Ginnity CAMHS Commissioning Manager, Joint Commissioning Team, Hertfordshire County Council
Gemma Crisp Specialist Health Visitor, East Coast Community Healthcare CIC
Sam Patterson Suffolk CC
Carrie MacGregor Assistant Director Children’s Public Health Services, Central Essex Community services
Gina Whitehead Health Visitor Interim Team Manager Central and East Peterborough, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Foundation Trust
Lorraine Imber Hertfordshire
Dawn Jones Children’s Centre Midwife, Redgrave children and young people’s centre, Luton Borough Council
Debbie Healy NHS England, Essex Area team
Richard Pratt Clinical Psychologist, Team Manager 0-4 Years, Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
Andrew Goff CAMHS Service Manager (Coast) , Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
Nicole Hobson Family Nurse Supervisor, Family Nurse Partnership, East Coast Community Healthcare CIC
Fiona Baugh Connecting Mums Co-ordinator, Peterborough & Fenland MIND.
Joanna Goddard Named Midwife for Safeguarding Children / Vulnerable Women, Cambridge University Hospitals Trust

Children's Centre & Early Years Education

Name Position/Organisation
Heather Knox Childcare and Early Years Sufficiency and Quality Officer, Child Poverty & Early Intervention, Central Bedfordshire Council
Elaine Hammans Commissioning & Quality Manager - Early Years - Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
Ellie Henderson Programme Development Manager - Social Inclusion, Ormiston Children and Families Trust
Michael Howe Children’s Centre Hub Manager, ABC Children’s Centre, Luton
Carol Wylde Early Years and Children’s Centre Improvement Adviser, Luton Borough Council
Karen Harvey Director of Children and Families, Priory & Greenacre Children’s Centre, Great Yarmouth Community Trust
Sian Larrington NCHC
Jo Sollars Children’s centres Strategy & Support Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council
Gill Harrison Head of Early Years, CYPS, Cambridgeshire County Council
John Peberdy Senior Manager - Children and Young People’s Unit, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
Caroline Swindells Strategy Manager: Children’s centres and Child Poverty, Childhood Support Services,Hertfordshire County Council
Wendy Turner Specialist Health Visitor, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
Lorraine Lofting Cambridgeshire County Council
Val Carradice Team Manager Universal Services, North West & Rural Locality, Peterborough Children’s Services, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Foundation Trust
Jayne Fox Health Visitor Team Manager South, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Foundation Trust
Hilary Hemming Clinical Lead for Health Visiting, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust (Luton)
Sarah Spall Head of 0-11 Strategy and Commissioning Children’s Services, Norfolk County Council
Sarah Tattoo Lead Officer, Early Years and Childcare, Children and Young People’s Services, Suffolk County Council
Sharon Palmer Public Health Programme Manager – NHS England, East Anglia Area Team
Bruce Judge Development Manager: Children’s centres, Childhood Support Services, Children’s Services, Hertfordshire County Council
Julia Bilotta Service Development Manager, Health Visiting and School Nursing Services, Suffolk County Council Children and Young People’s Services.
Kat Band Locality Manager / Strategic Lead, Barnardo’s Peterborough
Sarah Barnes Head of Children and Young People, Public Health, Norfolk County Council

Primary Care & General Practice

Name Position/Organisation
Dr NV Tiwari GP, Clinical Lead for Child Health, Herts Valley CCG
Kenneth Spooner Practice manager, Chair - Red House Clinical Commissioning Group
Dr Sooraj Natarajan GP, Paediatric Lead for Basildon and Brentwood CCG
Sarah Lawlor (1) Hub Manager, Hatters Children’s Centre, Luton
Denise Poore Luton borough Council
Julie Bunn Health Visiting Team Manager - South Fenland, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust
Kay Gilmour interim Head of Service, Children’s Universal Services, Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust
Angela Rees Service Manager, Peterborough North, Universal Services, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Foundation Trust
Rowena Harvey Professional Lead for Health Visiting, Peterborough Children’s Services, Cambridge & Peterborough Foundation Trust
Sarah Watts Health Visiting Team Lead, Children Services, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust (Luton)
Sharif Al-Rousi Cambridgeshire LA
Helen Mendis Change Support Manager, Children, Families and Adults Services, Cambridgeshire County Council
Pat Everett Manager, Harpenden Children’s centres Hertfordshire County Council
Jo Sharman Early Support Development Officer, Cambridgeshire County Council
Maria Richardson HCP Clinical Lead, Community Children’s Services, Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust
Lorraine Lofting Cambridgeshire County Council
Roy Elmer Cambridgeshire County Council
Pamela Agapiou Director Universal Services, East Coast Community Healthcare
Dr Andrew Wordsworth GP, Children’s Services Clinical Lead, Wisbech CCG
Michael McCullagh GP, Children’s Lead, East Suffolk CCG
Dr Rakesh Raja GP, Children’s Lead, West Suffolk CCG

Workforce Development

Name Position/Organisation
Jan Mitcheson Senior Lecturer, University College Suffolk
Clare Morris Head of Department, Clinical Education & Leadership, University of Bedfordshire
Frances Blumenfeld Programme Director, University of Essex
Ros Wells Education Manager, Cambs & Peterborough Workforce Partnership
Frances Sheppard Professional Lead Occupational Therapy
Karen Jordan Clinical Locality Manager (Waveney), East Coast Community Healthcare CIC
Denise Knight Professional Lead – Primary care Nursing, University of Hertfordshire
Julia Whiting Health Visitor Programme Lead, Health Education East of England
Paula Carr Specialist Health Visitor Perinatal Mental Health, North East London Foundation Trust
Michael Howe Children’s Centre Hub Manager, ABC Children’s Centre, Luton
Debbie Crawford Children’s Workforce Development Manager, Central Bedfordshire Council

Principles for Commissioning & Delivering

Principles for commissioning and delivering better health outcomes and experiences for children and young people so that they are comparable with the best in the world.

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Principle 1

Child & Family focussed

We will ensure the voices of children, young people and families are heard throughout the health care system and their needs drive planning and delivery in collaboration with clinical expertise.

  1. Commissioning of services and decision making is informed at all stages by children, young people and families and commissioning plans are shared and understood.
  2. Within patient held records there is evidence that children, young people and families are involved in decisions about their care and make informed choices.
  3. Services are tailored where possible to an individual or group to ensure joined up packages of care.
  4. Services include a measure of patient experience and there is evidence of change in response to patient feedback.
  5. Staff are trained and can demonstrate competencies in building a therapeutic relationship and communicating sensitive information honestly and with empathy.
  6. Young people are encouraged to see a health professional on their own as well as with their parent or carer.
  7. Smooth transfer occurs from children’s to adults’ services
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Principle 2

Health Promotion

We will prioritise investment and resources to improve the health and wellbeing of our children and young people.

  1. Children, young people and families have an understanding of what they need to do to have good health.
  2. Promoting good health is coordinated across education, health and social care to ensure a consistent message.
  3. Adequate resources are allocated to prevention compared to cure.
  4. There is adequate investment in early intervention and prevention, particularly before birth and for 0-5 year olds and their families.
  5. The Healthy Child Programme 0-19 is fully implemented locally.
  6. Health professionals use every opportunity to help children, young people and their families improve their health and wellbeing outcomes, e.g. Making Every Contact Count.
  7. The needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged individuals and groups are considered and addressed to reduce health inequalities.
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Principle 3

Transformation

We will invite children, young people and families to be active participants in the review and future design of services.

  1. Evidence of a critical review of current services, considering reconfiguration, integration and networked care.
  2. Commissioners ensure providers have critically appraised and adapted service delivery models to transform care across the health care system.
  3. Consideration is given to sustainability, workforce capacity & competency, including using the voluntary and community sector.
  4. Services support delivery of the Children and Young People’s Outcomes Strategy Report recommendations and address needs identified in the JSNA.
  5. Children, young people and families have the opportunity to shape service change and improvement, e.g. through Healthwatch organisations.
  6. Clinical leadership for child health is evident in transformation programmes.
  7. The physical and emotional needs of the child and young person are foremost when designing healthcare settings.

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Principle 4

Settings

We will offer children, young people and their families services in settings where they feel welcome, comfortable, safe and cause as little disruption to family life as possible.

  1. All staff are welcoming, approachable and helpful.
  2. Appointment systems offer choice of dates and times where possible and sufficient time is allowed for communication with both the child or young person and their parent or carer.
  3. GP practices are able to offer timely appointments to avoid unnecessary hospital attendance or admission and limit family disruption.
  4. Services are provided in the community wherever possible, for example, ensuring access to community children’s nursing services, and are only hospital based when absolutely necessary.
  5. Facilities are fully accessible to all and in particular those with disabilities or mobility difficulties.
  6. Where specialist services are required these are delivered alongside local services where appropriate.
  7. Leisure areas are provided in waiting rooms suitable for children and young people with a range of ages and interests.
  8. Adult services consider the needs of children in families where the adult is receiving care.
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Principle 5

Information & Communication

We will share the best information and intelligence between professionals and with children, young people and their families to allow the best possible healthcare.

  1. Children, young people and families and the professionals working with them know where to go for services and how to arrange a referral.
  2. Children, young people and families feel listened to and have meaningful information provided to them in a way that empowers them to make informed choices.
  3. Health information provided to children, young people and families is in a format that is easy for them to understand.
  4. Patient information is shared with informed consent between health, social care and education providers.
  5. Information systems and technologies are in place to facilitate the easy and secure sharing of information and communication.
  6. Education settings are informed and involved when a child or young person has a health need.
  7. Good quality information is collected and used to inform service planning.
  8. Staff are able to access, understand and act on information on service activity and outcomes.
  9. Patient held records e.g. ‘All About Me’ are a written record of health issues and are used routinely to ensure professionals are made aware of needs.
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Principle 6

Evidence based and sustainable

We will commission and deliver services to consistent standards, informed by best practice and available evidence. All children and young people will have equitable access to services to meet their needs.

  1. Children, young people and families will have an understanding of the excellent standards they should expect.
  2. Services are commissioned and delivered according to national or locally agreed best practice guidelines and standards.
  3. Commissioners and providers can demonstrate that they are monitoring and addressing the quality of services for children and young people.
  4. Planning and development of services takes sustainability into account, e.g. numbers of staff required to treat the number of patients.
  5. All services have standards of care that are endorsed by providers and commissioners.
  6. Joined up packages of care are delivered through multi professional assessment and a multi disciplinary team approach.
  7. Healthcare is equally accessible and delivered to the same standard on a 24 hour seven day a week basis.
  8. Care is delivered safely and particular emphasis is given to eliminating medication errors.
  9. All those working with children and young people have the capacity, skills and knowledge to meet their specific needs - wherever they are in the health system.

Reference Documents

Overarching Documents

  1. Health and Social Care Act 2012
    Public health functions to be exercised by the NHS Commissioning Board, Service specification No.27, Children’s public health services (from pregnancy to age 5) (DH) November 2012
  2. NHS Standard Contract for Community Services, Health Visiting Services, 1st April 2013 to 31st March 2014
  3. The EYFS progress check at age two, National Children’s Bureau 2012
  4. Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage, Department of Education, March 2012
  5. Health visiting and midwifery partnership – pathway for pregnancy and early weeks, (DH) 2012
  6. Maternity Matters: choice, access and continuity of care in a safe service (DH) 2007
  7. Health Visiting Programme: Pathway to support professional practice and deliver new service offer Maternal mental health pathway 3, (DH), 2012
  8. Antenatal care, Routine care for the healthy pregnant woman, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, (CG62) 2008
  9. Sure Start Children’s Centres Core Purpose, Department of Education, 2011
  10. National Curriculum assessment - Early Years Foundation Stage Profile, Department of Education, 2013
  11. Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), British Association for Early Childhood Education, 2012
  12. The Early Years: Foundations for life, health and learning - An Independent Report on the Early Years Foundation Stage to Her Majesty’s Government, Dame Clare Tickell, 2010
  13. EYFS - What is the new Good Level of Development (GLD) measure? Department of Education, 2013
  14. Sure Start children’s centres statutory guidance, Department of Education, 2013
  15. The framework for children’s centre inspection, Ofsted, 2013
  16. Securing Excellence In Commissioning For Healthy Child Programme 0-5 Years 2013 – 2015, NHS England, 2013
  17. Commissioning Maternity Services - A Resource Pack to support Clinical Commissioning Groups, NHS Commissioning Board, 2012
  18. Conception to age 2– the age of opportunity Framework for local area service commissioners, WAVE Trust in Collaboration with Department of Education, 2012
  19. Management of Women with Mental Health Issues during Pregnancy and the Postnatal Period – Good Practice No 14, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, 2011
  20. Indicative Draft: The (0-25) Special Educational Needs Code of Practice, Department of Education, 2013
  21. The NHS’s role in the public’s health:
    A report from the NHS Future Forum (2011)
    Local Child Safeguarding Boards, Dept of Education
    http://www.education.gov.uk/childrenandyoungpeople/ safeguardingchildren/protection/b00219380/lscb
  22. Child death Overview Panels
    http://www.education.gov.uk/childrenandyoungpeople/ safeguardingchildren/childdeathreview/a0070753/ child-death-review-process
  23. Health and Well Being Board, Dept of Health
    http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ 20130805112926/http://healthandcare.dh.gov.uk/ hwb-guide/
  24. Transforming Participation in Health and Care, NHS England September 2013
    http://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/trans-part-hc-guid1.pdf
  25. Information Sharing in the Foundation Years
    http://www.foundationyears.org.uk/information- sharing/
  26. The Definition of Quality and Approaches to its Assessment, Donabedian, A. (1980) Health Administration Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan
  27. Health Outcomes in OECD Countries: A Framework of Health Indicators for Outcome-Oriented Policymaking, Jee, M. and Z. Or (1999), OECD Labour Market and Social Policy Occasional Papers, No. 36, OECD Publishing
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/513803511413
  28. Definition of outcomes and indicators. Outcomes and indicators, measurement tools and databases for the national action plan for promotion, prevention and early intervention for mental health 2000. Australian Govt Dept of Health and Ageing
    http://www.health. gov.au/internet/publications/publishing.nsf/Content/ mental-pubs-o-outcome-toc~mental-pubs-o-outcome- ch1~mental-pubs-o-outcome-ch1-def
  29. NHS Institute
    http://www.institute.nhs.uk/quality_ and_service_improvement_tools/quality_and_service_ improvement_tools/performance_management.html
  30. Framework for Children in need Assessment Triangle Model
    http://www.crin.org/docs/framework%20 for%20the%20assessment%20of%20children%20in%20 need%20and%20their%20f.pdf
  31. Choosing better oral health: An oral health plan for England, Department of Health 2005
    http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/ dh.gov.uk/en/publicationsandstatistics/publications/ publicationspolicyandguidance/dh_4123251
  32. Delivering Better Oral Health An evidence-based toolkit for prevention - second edition
    http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/www. dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/Publications/ PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/DH_102331
  33. Information about Child Protection Guidelines
    http://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news/rcpch-launches-2nd- edition-child-protection-companion
  34. Sure Start Children’s Centre Statutory Guidance Department of Education October 2010
  35. Key Performance Indicator data submission process 2013/14
    UK National Screening Committee 2013

Antenatal Care

  1. Preparation for Birth and Beyond (DH 2011)
    http://www.dh.gov.uk/health/2011/10/preparation-for- birth-and -beyond-resource-pack-to-help-parenthood- groups/
  2. Antenatal Care (CG62) March 2008 Antenatal and Postnatal Health CG45
  3. Antenatal and postnatal Promotional Interview
    http://www.cpcs.org.uk/uploads/Family%20Partnership %20Model/AN%20PN%20Interviews.pdf
  4. NICE
    www.nice.org.uk
  5. Quitting smoking in Pregnancy and following childbirth PH26 June 2010
  6. Maternal and Child Nutrition PH11 March 2008
    http://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/healthy-start-vouchers/ healthy-start-vitamins/
  7. UNICEF Baby Friendly Status
    http://www.unicef.org.uk/BabyFriendly/
  8. Baby Cafe’s
    http://www.thebabycafe.org
  9. Local Safeguarding Policies regarding Pre-birth Protocols (refer to Local Safeguarding Boards)
  10. Solihull Approach
  11. http://www.solihull.nhs.uk/solihullapproach
  12. Motivational Interviewing techniques (basis of FNP)
  13. Mellow Bumps
    http://www.mellowparenting.org
  14. Preparation for Birth and Beyond DH 2011
    http://www.dh.gov.uk/health/2011/10/preparation-for- birth-and-beyond-resource-pack-to-help-parenthood- groups/
  15. Antenatal and postnatal Promotional Interview
    http://www.cpcs.org.uk/uploads/Family%20Partnership %20Model/AN%20PN%20Interviews.pdf
  16. Family Nurse Partnership
    www.dh.gov.uk
  17. Working together to safeguard children
    http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ 20130401151715/https://www.education.gov.uk/ publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DCSF- 00305-2010
  18. Common Assessment Framework
    http://www.cwdcouncil.org.uk/caf
  19. Frank Field Review
    http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov. uk/20110120090128/http:/povertyreview.independent. gov.uk/media/20254/poverty-report.pdf
  20. Graham Allen Review
    http://www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/news/graham-allen- launches-second-report-early-intervention
  21. PREView
    www.chimat.org.uk

Postnatal - Birth to 6 Weeks

  1. Birth to Five
    http://www.dh.gov.uk/en/Publicationsandstatistics/ Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/ DH_107303
  2. Breastfeeding www.unicef.org
  3. WHO Growth charts
  4. Back to sleep http://fsid.org.uk
  5. The Social Baby book/video, Brazelton
    http://www.brazelton.co.uk
  6. NCAST
    http://www.ncast.org
  7. Solihull Approach
    http://www.solihull.nhs.uk/solihullapproach
  8. Antenatal and postnatal Promotional Interview
    http://www.cpcs.org.uk/uploads/Family%20 Partnership% 20Model/AN%20PN%20Interviews.pdf
  9. Whooley Questions – NICE Antenatal and Postnatal Health CG45
  10. Eight listening visits or referral for brief cognitive behavioural or interpersonal therapies
  11. Use of dyadic therapies – baby massage, Videos Interactive Guidance (VIG)
  12. Postnatal parent-infant groups with enhanced components for fathers
  13. Mellow Babies
    http://www.mellowparenting.org
  14. Relationship Support
    www.oneplusone.org.uk
  15. Immunisations
    http://immunisation.dh.gov.uk
  16. Accident Prevention
    http://www.rospa.com/homesafety/ adviceandinformation /childsafety/accidents-to- children.aspx
  17. Newborn Hearing Screening
    http://hearing.screening.nhs.uk
  18. Early Support Programme
    http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/CaringForSomeone/ Caring ForADisabled Child/DG_10027494
  19. New Born Bloodspot Screening
    http://newbornbloodspot.screening.nhs.uk
  20. Tongue Tie
    http://live.unicef.org.uk/BabyFriendly/News-and- Research/Research/Tongue-tie
  21. NICE Guidance on Tongue Tie IPG149
    http://www. nice.org.uk/nicemedia/live/11180/31411/31411.pdf

6 Weeks to 6 Months

  1. Baby Massage
  2. Assessment of maternal mental wellbeing: Whooley Questions
  3. Baby led weaning
    http://www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/dh_digitalassets/documents/digitalasset/dh_084164.pdf

6 Months – 1 Year

  1. HENRY
    http://www.henry.org.uk/about.html
  2. Ages and Stages Questionnaires (Eurospan is the company to contact in the UK Bookstart
    http://www.bookstart.co.uk
  3. Early Support Programme
    http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/CaringForSomeone/ Caring ForADisabledChild/DG_10027494

2 – 2 ½ Years

  1. Ages and Stages Questionnaire
  2. Schedule of Growing skills 2
  3. Parent’s Evaluation of Development
    http://www.pedstest.com
  4. Early Support Programme
    http://www.direct.gov.uk/ en/CaringForSomeone/CaringForADisabledChild/ DG10027494

3 – 5 Years

  1. Looked After Children
  2. Nice PH guidance 28 October 2010
    http://www.nice.org.uk/nicemedia/ live/13244/51173/51173.pdf
  3. Domestic Violence
  4. Local MARAC links through named nurses
  5. Specific DV training available in some areas (Suffolk) Women’s Aid offer training
    http://www.womensaid.org.uk
  6. Complex Care Pathway for children with additional needs
  7. Together from the Start
    http://www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/ dhdigitalassets/@dh/@en/documents/digitalasset/ dh_4061141.pdf
  8. Links to Pathways
    http://www.cen.scot.nhs.uk/files/7j-integrated-care- pathway-(merton-sutton).pdf
  9. Aiming High for Disabled Children
    https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/ eOrderingDownload/PU213.pdf
  10. Behaviour Management
  11. Children’s Workforce Development Council give access to research on parenting programmes conducted by Kings College
    http://www.cwdcouncil.org.uk/ working-with-parents- and-families/commissioning-toolkit
  12. Supervision for staff
  13. Restorative Model of Supervision (DB9EB16B463932EDCB5297)
    http://docserver.ingentaconnect.com/ deliver/connect/cp/14622815/v84n7/ s9.pdf?expires=1324548173&id=66370900&titleid= 10545&accname=CPHVA&checksum=9EC24218D9
  14. Infant mental Health Attachment and Attunement Solihull Approach
  15. Video Interactive Guidance
    http://www.parentinguk.org/files/downloads/ JennyCrossVIG.pdf
  16. Listening visits