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Children and families

Tell us about your health visitor experience

Parents who are familiar with the Council’s Health Visiting service will know that the team have had to change the way that they work during the pandemic, to make sure that families continued to receive the appropriate support. The team are now asking parents who have interacted with the service during the coronavirus pandemic to…

2 months ago | Children and families

Keep on top of your mental health during the national lockdown

With the country under a national lockdown once again, lots of young people are facing time away from their friends and the school environment. It’s vital that children and young people look after their mental health and get the right support if they’re not feeling themselves. is a free, safe and confidential way for…

3 months ago | Children and families

Health Visitors and School Nurses: A Service Update

North East Lincolnshire Council’s health visiting and school nursing service have issued an update about how they’re delivering their services during the new national lockdown. Health Visitors: Health visitors will be continuing to offer home visits to all families during lockdown, though some visits such as the 10 month and 2 year reviews will be…

3 months ago | Children and families

University students urged to do their bit and make sensible decisions

Local students hoping to return to university in the coming days are being urged by a leading Councillor to ‘do their bit, make sensible decisions and save lives.’ Councillor Ian Lindley, portfolio holder for children, education and young people, made the comments when reacting to news of the Government’s latest coronavirus national lockdown. Councillor Lindley…

3 months ago | Children and families