Child Health and Young People
Visit eConsult for advice on any medical issue your child might have.
Toddle About is your one-stop shop to find out what’s on for babies, toddlers or pre-schoolers in your local area.
Telephone: 01327 830171
Suffolk Parent Hub
The Parent Hub is run by Suffolk County Council and is a single place for Suffolk parents or carers to find parenting advice and support to help their child’s development.
Change4Life aims to ensure parents have the essential support and tools they need to make healthier choices for their families.
A free anonymous online chat for young people to discuss your mental health issues.
NHS Vaccination Guide
Information regarding child vaccinations and when to get them.
Foley House Children's Centre
Offering a number of universal and targeted sessions for families with children from 0-5 years old in Newmarket.
Telephone: 01638 565533
Suffolk County Council Child Health Clinics
Clinics are held across the county in a variety of venues where Health and Children’s Centre staff provide support for your child’s growth and development, sleeping, infant feeding, coping with minor illnesses, managing a crying baby, immunizations, toileting and any other concerns you have about your child, yourself or your family.
Children & Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing Hub
The Emotional Wellbeing Hub provides information, advice, and guidance if you are worried about the emotional wellbeing and mental health of a child or young person aged 0-25 years. Or if you are a young person who needs emotional wellbeing support.
Telephone: 0345 600 2090
The Children's Sleep Charity
The Children’s Sleep Charity is a national, award-winning charity supporting children with sleep issues. Support for families and accredited training for professionals and commercial organisations is provided.
Telephone: 01302 751416
NHS Childhood Infectious Illnesses
Use this visual guide to help you identify common conditions and illnesses that may affect your child. Includes conditions such as measles, slapped cheek syndrome, chicken pox and warts.