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The Mayor Visits Launch of New NHS Resource Just for Norfolk Families

The Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, Councillor Nick Daubney visited the justonenorfolk.nhs.uk pop up promotion in the centre Kings Lynn earlier today.  JustOneNorfolk.nhs.uk is a brand new NHS digital platform that has launched for self-care week. It was created with the help of families in Norfolk, for families in Norfolk.

The Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, Councillor Nick Daubney visited the promotional stand to the meet the team and commented:

 

“I’m really pleased to see the JustOneNorfolk.nhs.uk, I urge any young parent or anybody interested in the benefit of young children to access the website. It’s full of amazing information. Well done to everybody that put this together, it’s made Norfolk a national leader, it’s brilliant.”

 

The website content has been specifically designed with families in Norfolk to be quick, fun and accessible. It even hosts a series of short films starring Norfolk families. They share a real, open and honest account of their experiences as parents.

The project was created to promote self-care and brought together the expertise of NHS Norfolk Children and Young People’s Services, Eastern Academic Health Science Network, Best Beginnings (Baby Buddy app creators) and Norfolk County Council.

Sian Larrington, Head of Service, Norfolk Children and Young Peoples Services stated:

 

“To get such an endorsement from the Mayor is just wonderful. I have to really champion the families, clinicians and partners that helped to create this incredible platform. It is a local resource, based on local need, which has been created as a local community.”

 

Sarah Nolasco, Self Care Programme Manager, The Eastern Academic Health Science Network stated:

 

“We are extremely proud to be supporting this innovative new resource for children, young people and parents in Norfolk. We hope that it will be a much utilised digital community hub that will help people to better understand young people’s health and wellbeing, the support services available and importantly, how to self care.”

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