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Healthy Relationships

Throughout life making meaningful relationships with those around us is important for our health and wellbeing. Early relationships are a blueprint for how we will build healthy bonds with others in the future.

Hopefully the attachment we build with our primary carers provides a foundation enabling us to manage and build relationships with others as we grow and develop. You can read more about attachment theory *here*.

However for any number of reasons, and at different times, relationships will be tricky to navigate for us all. For some children and young people building healthy relationships will be a particular challenge. This may be because of their lived experience and / or because of their additional needs and vulnerabilities.

Since September 2020 it has become compulsory for all schools to provide relationship, sex and health education. This is in recognition of the positive influence this can have for children and young people.

How Can We Help?

Just One Number Call to speak to a health professional by phoning 0300 300 0123. They will be able to provide initial advice and support and guide next steps with us or signpost you to other more relevant agencies and professionals. It is available 08.00 to 18.00 Monday to Friday and 09.00 to 13.00 on Saturdays.

Referrals for support are made by contacting Just One Number on 0300 300 0123. Please make sure you have the consent of the parent and / or young person before you make a referral to us. You do not need to fill out any paperwork prior to this call.

Referrals are made via the telephone to enable us to have an informative conversation with you at the point of referral so we can ensure we have all the required information for early triage and assessment of the child, young person or family. This will ensure the referral gets managed by the appropriate team in a more timely way or we can signpost you to a more appropriate service.

ChatHealth Children and Young people can access us through our text messaging service on 07480635060. They will be able to discuss any health concerns with one of our Practitioners and also be able to request an appointment if they would prefer to meet with us.

Parent Line Parents can access our services by texting our number 07520631590 . This allows them to access the advice and support from a clinician about any health issues affecting their children aged 0-19.

Just One Norfolk Health Passport app Young people age 16-19 can download this app on Apple or Android phones. It provides young people age 16-19 with general health information and advice to increase health literacy. It signposts to services and promotes self care. It aims to increase resilience and wellbeing and to find out how to access health services.

Health Unlocked Parents can be signposted to this. It is a carefully monitored online community forum which allows local parents and carers to talk with each other regarding issues affecting their children. This can be accessed through our Just One Norfolk website.

Solihull Parenting Online For our Norfolk parents there is the opportunity to access this free of charge through Just One Norfolk. It supports parents in understanding their children from 0-19 via 4 modules. Staff working with children and families will also benefit from this – or they can book to do the two day Solihull Training provided by our service by contacting karin.bibby@nhs.net. While COVID-19 restrictions are in place please contact Karin Bibby to register your interest in virtual training as this becomes available.

Helpful Pages to Share with Families

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  • Rail safety is so important! Find out more about rail safety here: https://t.co/3eH4sRAk6t #J1NSS #J1NRS… https://t.co/eIs6kpHhj1 NorfolkCYP / 24 June 2021
  • 👉Stay away from the edge of the platform.👈 Some trains travel at speed through stations without stopping and create… https://t.co/BGxnTEIy4Z NorfolkCYP / 23 June 2021
  • Now that we are all out and about more, you may be travelling by train with your children. Make sure you keep them… https://t.co/wbsTOenDHO NorfolkCYP / 23 June 2021
  • It's #NationalBreastFeedingWeek! We are here to support you on your breastfeeding journey! You can call us on 0300… https://t.co/BSvLfNwoH9 NorfolkCYP / 23 June 2021
  • Take a look at our parent webinar page! All the webinars are FREE and cover topics such as school, anxiety and tran… https://t.co/ehtOkrueDC NorfolkCYP / 23 June 2021
  • Trains approach a lot faster than you think, never play on a train line or level crossing. Find out more here:… https://t.co/pNNZqKJLaL NorfolkCYP / 22 June 2021
  • @NetworkRailAng NorfolkCYP / 22 June 2021
  • This week is #RailSafetyWeek! We have teamed up with @networkrail and will be sharing some top tips to keep you and… https://t.co/pLHxeVgk6y NorfolkCYP / 22 June 2021

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