In order to protect staff and other patients, if you have any symptoms of measles (a fever and a rash that starts from the head/neck down), and have not been vaccinated please do not attend any planned appointments.
If you have a face-to-face appointment with a member of our Healthy Child Programme team, please contact Just One Number on 0300 300 0123 to discuss your appointment and rearrange a suitable time.
Our Just One Number team can help you by providing health advice and information about your baby, child or young person. They are able to support you over the telephone, video call or text. Just call 0300 300 0123 or text 07520 631590 with any questions or concerns about your child's health, wellbeing, communication or development. You can also call Just One Number to change appointments or update your contact details.
This service is available from Monday – Friday 8am to 6pm and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays. The phone line can get very busy sometimes but you can leave a voicemail with your details, and a member of the team will call you back as soon as possible.
Every Tuesday - 10am-11am
Speak to a health professional via video call about your child aged 0-19. You can get advice about;
Once your midwife has told us that you are expecting a baby, we will contact you to let you know about our services after you are 28 weeks pregnant.
During the visit we will ask you about your feelings about the pregnancy, your health, and your unborn baby’s health and development. This contact will enable us to get to know you and your family, and it is also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have or to discuss any worries and concerns.
If you or your midwife think you need more support, the heath visitor will talk to about how we can best offer this.
Pathway to Parenting (P2P)
Pathway to Parenting (P2P) is an antenatal programme for parents to be.
It helps you think about the development of your unborn baby and the first few weeks after birth. It includes how things may change when you become a parent and some of the practical skills you might need to care for your baby. There are lots of ideas and activities to support families. This course is only available digitally.
This appointment with a health visitor will take place between 10 and 14 days after your baby has been born. Your appointment may take place up to 21 days after your baby has been born. The appointment will be either a video call or a home visit.
During this appointment we will ask about out how you are feeling and discuss the health and wellbeing of your new baby and your family. The Health Visitor can support you with advice and information about caring for your new baby, advice on feeding and safe sleeping, crying, immunisations, and any other health issues relating to your family.
If you need more support the heath visitor will talk to about how we can best offer this.
This appointment with a member of the Healthy Child Programme team will take place when your baby is around 6 - 8 weeks old. Occasionally your appointment could take place up to 12 weeks after your baby has been born. The appointment will be either a home visit, video call or you and your baby will be invited to attend a local community venue.
This appointment is an opportunity to discuss again how you are feeling and the health and wellbeing of your baby and your family. We can support you with advice and information about caring for your baby, developmental changes you might be seeing, advice on feeding and safe sleeping, crying, immunisations, and any other health issues relating to your family.
If you need more support we will talk to about how we can best offer this.
If you would like support with infant feeding please call Just One Number on 0300 300 0123 or speak to your health visitor during other appointments. The team will be to discuss the support available from our infant feeding champions.
Infant feeding champions are able to offer in person, video or telephone appointments.
When your baby reaches around 3 - 4 months old we will send you a text message to remind you about our services and how to access further support if needed.
We do this because we know this is a time when lots of changes are coming up for your baby developmentally.
When your child is around 1 years old we will contact you by letter or email with an appointment. The appointment will be either a home visit, video call or you and your child will be invited to attend a local community venue. We will also ask you to complete a questionnaire about your child's development. This will help you to think about the stage your child is at and what you can do to help their development.
Remember that all children develop at their own pace. If you have any concerns about your child’s progress, or if your child has any specific health or development needs, you can discuss them during the appointment or contact our Just One Number team for support and advice at any time.
When your child is around 2 and a half years old we will send you a text message or letter by email or in the post. We will ask you to complete another questionnaire about your child's development. This will help you to think about the stage your child is at and what you can do to help their development.
If you have any concerns about your child’s progress, or if your child has any specific health or development needs, a member of our team can offer further assessment and advice.
Starting school is a big milestone for children. They are probably ready for this next step and will enjoy the learning and the new experiences being at school will offer. Lots of children make the move to reception class smoothly and enjoy the beginning of their school days, for some the transition can be more difficult.
To support you we have a lot of information here on Just One Norfolk. We have also created a quiz to work through and the results you get will include information most useful for your family.