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Healthy Child Programme Services 0-5 Home > Our Services > Healthy Child Programme Services 0-5

Emotional health Behaviour and sleep Toileting And much more! Find out moreAntenatal Visit Once your

Medication & Drugs While Breastfeeding Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Infant Feeding > Breastfeeding > Medication & Drugs While Breastfeeding

It can be confusing and worrying if you need to take any medication whilst you are breastfeeding your baby. Sometimes it is not clear if the medication is safe when you read the leaflet inside the packet. The Breastfeeding Network have produced some Drugs Factsheets to help with this.  Recreational drugs or alcohol may make you unable to care for your baby safely. Some medications may make you feel very drowsy. Please do not co-sleep with your baby if you have taken medication, used drugs

What Milk Do I Need To Buy? Home > Healthy Lifestyles > Infant Feeding > Formula Feeding > What Milk Do I Need To Buy?

or even to sleep better. These formulas are often casein based, which is harder for babies to digest

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Behaviour Troubleshooting Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Behaviour Troubleshooting

online community forum below. Behaviour & Sleep

Behaviour Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Behaviour

to other Norfolk parents and carers, you can join our online community forum below. Behaviour & Sleep

Additional Needs Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs

What is an Additional Need? Finding Your Way - Developmental Delay Growing Up With Additional Needs Health & Development Sleep Toileting Physical Activity Oral Health Behaviour Positive Behaviour Strategies Education & Transition Specialist Education Provision Transition 14+ Yearly Learning Disability Health Check Your Family Caring For Yourself Supporting Siblings Child Development & Additional Needs

Teenage Brain Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Supporting Development > Teenage Brain

in behaviour. Teenagers tend to challenge boundaries, sleep more, and have the mood changes we expect. confidence. Relationships Sleep Sleep patterns change during puberty. The sleep hormone (called.). This means teenagers often get to sleep later and want to get up later too. It is a biological. and settle down at a reasonable bedtime too. Teenagers need around 9 hours sleep a day. It is good for physical and emotional wellbeing. During sleep a teenager's physical growth happens, controlled

Getting Into A Routine Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Supporting Development > Getting Into A Routine

of when they are likely to be hungry and when they sleep. You know the times when they often get. – maybe when you think they are likely to drift off to sleep. Beginning to do bath, pyjamas, milk feed. more about babies sleep  Some days it may not work at all, or there may be things you want or need. active play time into the day – it helps with appetites and sleep. Having routines will help them. at the same time and getting enough sleep. Younger Children You may have previously had routines but found

Understanding Your Childs Behaviour Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Behaviour & Sleep > Understanding Your Childs Behaviour

of parenting, sleep, temper tantrums and communication. Learning is split the following sections. parents and carers, you can join our online community forum below. Behaviour & Sleep