IASS

COVID-19

Due to the current circumstances relating to COVID-19 coronavirus, the latest government guidelines and recommended advice from the Information Advice and Support Service Network (IASSN), we will be making the following arrangements to maintain hygiene, health, and safety levels with immediate effect.

 

  • We will continue to provide telephone advice
  • We will keep in touch by email using the contact details we already have for our service users.  This will be the easiest way to keep in touch.
  • We will use virtual platforms (e.g. Skype, Zoom, Teams). To set this up you just need a computer /portable device with a microphone and webcam (which most do) and then you can create an account if you do not have one set up already
  • All drop-in sessions at Old Oak Community & Children’s Centre – Wednesdays 9-30 -12.20 and the Stephen Wiltshire Centre – Thursdays 9.30 -12.30 are cancelled until further notice
  • Telephone appointments will be used to replace face to face conversations and drop-ins
  • All scheduled meetings, workshops, school and home visits are cancelled until further notice

 

We do appreciate your patience and understanding during this time and if you have any questions please contact our Advisors on 020 8840 9099

Consultation on the 0-19 Healthy Child Programme in Hammersmith and Fulham

Hammersmith and Fulham Council are in the process of recommissioning the 0-19 Healthy Child Programme. This currently consists of two services; health visiting and school nursing.

We want to hear views from parents, carers and young people as well as health, social care, education professionals and other stakeholders on how you think the school nursing and health visiting services are working currently and what they should look like in the future? By telling us what you think of school nursing and health visiting services, including how they are working currently and what they should look like in the future, you’ll help us better understand and inform the design and delivery of these services going forward.

In the link below you will find a set of questions for professionals and for the users of the service.

Spread the word! – We are keen to hear from as many professionals, families and young people as possible. You can help us by sending the link to other professionals, staff, parents and young people you know:  https://0to19healthychildprogramme.commonplace.is/