Harrogate Children’s Centres can help you with introducing solids to your baby. Join them for one of these Introducing Solids Talks. Delivered by the health visiting team. Suitable for parents/carers of babies from 3 months+. Enquiries: 01765 645932 or 01423 555316
Please contact the centre to confirm that the session is running prior to travelling. www.northyorks.gov.uk
Some sessions will not run during the school holidays.
MAKING FAMILY WELLBEING HAPPEN
Are you a parent?
· Do you worry about “getting it right”?
· Are you confused about how you can best deal with your child?
· Do you want some practical, science backed tools to improve family life?
· Would you like to feel more confident?
WHO ARE WE?
We are teachers and parents, between us we have 7 children aged from 10 to 20 over the years we have had our own challenges, we have often felt alone and frustrated. We have struggled to find the advice and support we need, and this motivated us to spend thousands of hours researching and training.
Raising a family is hard and we know that the wellbeing of children is closely linked to the wellbeing of caregivers.
WHAT WE DO
We offer caregivers a safe and supportive environment to reflect, learn and discuss the ups and downs of modern family life. We deliver workshops designed to empower families to feel calm, energised, capable and confident. Our content is evidenced based, drawing on the fields of science of the brain and nervous system neuroscience and psychology but grounded in experience. We provide you with practical tools to enhance your own and your family’s wellbeing.
Updated October 2020:
Unfortunately, all their Service has been reviewed and now run on a referral basis only.
For more information please visit North Yorkshire County Council Website.
Your baby’s umbilical cord is a valuable source of stem cells which can be collected and stored. These cells may be used as a crucial part of treating or curing an illness. Cord blood is the blood that remains in the placenta and umbilical cord after a baby is born, which are both usually thrown away after the birth. However, as this is a rich source of stem cells, it can be collected, processed and stored to be used later for potential treatment.