Spotting Illness in Children
It can be tricky to know when your child needs medical care, including who to contact and when.
There is a risk that not getting NHS advice and treatment at the right time could put your children at risk of serious illness.Click Here For Advice
We Want You To Know...
We're Still Here
These are unusual times for families. No matter your age or circumstance, many of us are facing increased stress or maybe things are cropping up that we don’t know how to deal with.
There may be questions you have about what is happening for your family at the moment. We have lots of information, ideas and advice for you here on Just One Norfolk.COVID-19 FAQs
Healthy Child Programme
COVID-19 Essential Services
Due to the current situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have had to make some changes to the way we work in the community. We want ensure that the families, children and young people that need our support can still access help.
As of Monday 23 March 2020, we will only be providing services that the NHS tell us are essential for Norfolk families.
- Just One Number - our central phone service 0300 300 0123. Health advice and support.
- Parentline - our text messaging advice service for Norfolk parents/carers of 0 - 19 year olds.
- Just One Norfolk - our digital platform for advice, support and information.
- Antenatal and New Birth Visits – routine family contacts that will be delivered over the phone or face to face if you need more help and support.
- Health Unlocked - our online parent support forum, where families can talk and support each other by sharing their experiences.
- ChatHealth - our text messaging advice service for 11- 19 year olds.
- 16-19 Health Passport App - providing general health information and advice on a variety of topics.
- Families who need a little more help - advice and support.
**All other services will pause until the NHS tells us to start them again.**View More
Talk & Play
Babies and children learn best from everyday experiences, which are fun and enjoyable. It can be as simple as being playful and silly or joining in with what they are interested in.
By picking up a crying baby, singing or talking softly to your child, or playing peekaboo over and over again, you are building their brain.
There are lots of ideas and videos of fun things you can do to support your child's development.Click Here
As a service offering health and well-being support and advice to families, children and young people we know how important it is to make sure we get things right for you and your family.
One of the ways we do this is by ensuring that you get the chance to work with us, sharing your experiences of our service and new ideas so we can continue to offer the best service and outcomes for Norfolk families and children.Find Out More
Just One Norfolk Online Community
Talk To Families Near Me
Families told us they would like to be able to connect with and support each other online.
We have worked with HealthUnlocked to create an online community where Norfolk parents and carers can support each other.Get Involved!