You can access the latest information and advice on Coronavirus from the NHS here. The current government guidelines and regulations for controlling the virus can be found here, and education and childcare guidance here. You can also access useful information from Warwickshire Family Information Service here.
We know how difficult and unsettling the current times can be for children, young people and their families. We are here to help in Warwickshire: you can contact a school nurse for advice on a wide range of health and wellbeing topics for friendly, confidential support.
Young people aged 11-19 – text ChatHealth (confidential text messaging service) on 07507 331 525
Parents/carers – text Parentline (confidential text messaging service) on 07520 619 376
Main service line 03300 245 204
Children and young people can also ask a member of staff at their school to make an appointment for them to speak to their school nurse.
Service opening hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Thurs, 9am-4.30pm Friday
Message for professionals
We continue to work in accordance with government guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus while ensuring we are still able to support children, young people and families and meet statutory requirements. We are now working towards having more face-to-face appointments with CYP with social distancing and other protective measures in place.
We will keep all professionals updated as the situation progresses. Support from a school nurse is available for parents/carers and children/young people via our text messaging services and main service phone line – please share these details with any families who may benefit from our service.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources
Access materials from Public Health England for providing public information about COVID-19, including videos, posters and digital resources here.
Further information and resources
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