Parents & Carers survey of 0-5 Public Health Nursing provision in Warwickshire

Closed 15 Sep 2021

Opened 6 Jul 2021

Overview

Parents and carers of young children in Warwickshire are invited to share their views and experiences of the 0-5 Public Health Nursing Service to help inform future  support.  

Warwickshire County Council is responsible for the 0-5 Public Health Nursing Service which supports parents from pregnancy to the time their child starts school. It includes both:

  • Health Visiting, which works with every family with a child of pre-school age, and typically involves five contacts with the health visiting team from the antenatal period (28 weeks) to when the child reaches two and a half years old.
  • Family Nurse Partnership (FNP), which works with first time young mothers and families to provide the support they need.  

The 0-5 Public Health Nursing Service helps to build the confidence of parents; promote child development; and strengthen parent, infant and family health and wellbeing. It works with families who all have different needs, to get them the right help at the right time.

The council wants to hear about the experiences of people who have used the service, and their feedback will be used to review the service and shape of the future offer. The survey closes on 15 September.

Please click on the link below to complete the survey online.

  • If you would like a paper copy of the survey or need it in an alternative format, please contact us using the details below.
  • If you would like telephone assistance to complete the survey, please contact us using the same details.

Email: familywellbeingteam@warwickshire.gov.uk  Tel: 01926 731443 or 01926 737765

Areas

  • Any area

Audiences

  • Black and minority ethnic people
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual people, Transgender people (LGBT)
  • Carers
  • Parents
  • Young people
  • Adults
  • Community Groups
  • Voluntary and third sector organisations
  • Partners
  • Providers
  • Faith groups
  • Housing associations

Interests

  • Health and wellbeing
  • Children and families
  • Early help
  • Young people
  • Engagement and surveys