You and your baby 0-12 months


There are many services available to support you and your baby.

Please select the links below:

Baby health and development

Childhood Immunisations Part 1: An introduction to childhood  immunisations


Childhood Immunisations Part 2: Frequently asked questions


A Guide to Immunisations at One Year of Age 


Advice and video around coping with crying


A baby's brain will develop depending on the positive and negative influences it gets in the first few months. This video demonstrates how this happens in a nice simple way


Parent and baby bonding: 'Getting it right from the start'. Tameside Early Attachment Service


Ways to help babies and children talk


Tiny Happy People


Talking to your baby from birth


Teething symptoms


Look, say, sing, play


Looking after your babies teeth


Separation anxiety


0-5 guidance to your child’s learning and development in the early years


ASQ:SE-2 Social-Emotional Development Guide poster


Pregnancy and baby guide: NHS advice


Better Health: Start for Life Baby 


Words for Life


I Can helps children communicate 


Young parents

Child and adolescent mental health services


Lullaby Trust


Kooth


WILD Supporting young parents


Useful Apps

Handi app

The HANDi Paediatric app gives up to date advice about common childhood illnesses and how to treat them. It’s now available to download for free onto any Apple or Android smartphone or tablet. The app contains information about when and how to ask for help, along with what to expect when your child is being assessed.

Baby Check app

Features 19 simple checks that parents can do if their baby is showing signs of illness. Each check tests for a different symptom and when completed, a score is calculated that tells parents or carers how ill their baby is. The app then lets parents know whether their baby needs to see a doctor or health professional

Download Baby Check app


DadPad

Is the essential guide for new dads.  Take a look at the website, or you can download the appl for Apple or Android devices.

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