COVID-19 help and support
Changes to services
To help us to continue to protect individuals in our care, our staff and our wider communities, and to limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), clinics, services and appointments may continue to be provided differently.
Use the contact numbers below to contact us and click through on the relevant location for the latest information on health visiting, school nursing and other services in your area:
- Health visiting 01274 221223
- School nursing and special educational needs school nursing (Bradford & Keighley) 01274 221203
- Children who are looked after, young people leaving care and the youth offending team 01274 221002
- School Immunisation and vaccination team 01274 221203
- Health visiting 01924 310130
- School nursing 01924 310130
- School Immunisation and vaccination team 01924 310133
Useful, reliable, advice and guidance about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The NHS has guidance for everyone about Coronavirus (COVID-19). Remember, if you go out you can spread it. Anyone can get it, anyone can spread it. Sadly, people will die.
Coronavirus information for parents of newborn babies – how to reduce the risk and what to do if you think your baby may have Coronavirus.
Helpful advice on staying healthy, active and safe
During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, expectant families and those with babies or young children may need additional support to stay healthy, active and safe.
Public Health Bradford has produced a series of guides to use whilst you are socially distancing yourselves. The guides direct you to further support if you need it.
Happy, healthy pregnancy – reassurance that you will continue to get care that is safe, respectful and compassionate
Help to cope with a crying baby – what’s normal, how to help, advice if the crying won’t stop, and what not to do
Perinatal and Infant Mental Health – simple ways to lower your stress levels
Infant feeding during the Coronavirus (COVID_19) outbreak – and what do do if you need help
Spending time at home with 0-2-year-olds – positive experiences for children and support networks for parents
Living well at home with school age children – routine, exercise, fresh air, fun, stress and support
Activities for children aged 0-5 years – how to keep your kids entertained
Eating well, even on a budget – simple ways to ensure your family eats healthily
Smoking and COVID-19 – the risks, help to kick the habit and the importance of a smoke free home
Support for families with no English – how and where to get COVID-19 help and guidance
How to stay safe at home in a large family – reducing the risk for elders and people at high risk