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November 2006



Resources to Support the
Implementation of


Health for all Children

(HALL 4)






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RESOURCE CODES


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Booklet

C

Card

L

Leaflet

M

Magazine

P

Poster

Pk

Pack

V

Video

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Index


Introduction
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Health Promotion areas for discussion in the
Universal Core Programme

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Resources
To Support The Implementation Of Hall 4

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Accident Prevention

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Alcohol
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Breastfeeding

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Child Health/Parenting

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Dental Health

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Drugs

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Food Safety/Food Hygiene

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General Health


Pharmacy
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Immunisation

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Mental Health

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Nutrition

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Physical Activity

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Tobacco

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Women’s Health

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Workplace

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Other Language Materials

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Accident Prevention

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Alcohol
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Breastfeeding

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Dental Health

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Drugs

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Immunisation

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Support Resources For School Aged Children /
Parents Of School Aged Children

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Useful Websites for Parents

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Public Education Resource Library Contact Details

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Intr
oduction










































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Ready Steady
Baby
and
Off to a Good Start,
and refer back to them when
discussing health information with parents.


All women will receive a copy of
Ready Steady B
aby
from the
midwife when they attend their antenatal appointment at the
maternity hospital. This book contains information and true
-
life
experiences and has been prepared with help from a wide range of
experts and parents.
Ready Steady Baby
has been produ
ced by
NHS Health Scotland in order to provide women with most of the
information they will need before, during and after pregnancy. The
different professionals who have contact with women throughout this
time should make a point of referring back to the b
ook and going
through it with women. It has been designed to reduce the need for
many different leaflets. The new revised version of
Ready Steady
Baby
should be available in Spring 2007.


Off to a Good Start
is also produced by NHS Health Scotland and
is a

key resource dealing with breastfeeding. Like

Ready Steady
Baby,
professionals who have contact with women at all stages
should refer back to it and work through it with women.



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HEALTH FOR ALL CHILDREN (HALL 4)


Health Promotion areas for discussion in the
Universal Core Programme





AGES


1
st

24
hours

1
st

10
days

6
-
8
weeks

3
months

4
months

13
months

3
-
5
years

Baby Care










Reducing SIDS
Risks












Feeding












Jaundice,
Hepatitis B & BCG
Vaccines











Smoking
Cessation












Immunisation
Schedule


















Safety




















Parenting Skills




















Nutrition


















Dev
elopment


















Sleeping Position










Weaning












Oral Health
















Physical Activity












Smoking


















Parental Alcohol
Use














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Resources To Support
The Implementation Of
Hall 4


























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Resources To Support The Implementation Of Hall 4


The following resources can be ordered from the Public Education Resource
Library (PERL).

Orders can be placed using the resource order f
orm available from:

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Public Education Resource Library, Public
Health Resource Unit, Dalian House, 350 St Vincent Street, Glasgow,

G3 8YU; Tel: 0141 201 4915; Email:
PERL@ggc.scot.nh
s.uk
.

Please allow 2
-
3 weeks for the completion of orders, after which you will be
contacted to arrange for collection of the resources from our store.


Accident Prevention


B

Good Egg Guide To In
-
Car Child Safety (Tips And Advice On In
-
Car
Safety Includi
ng Fitting Of Car Seats)

B

Good Egg Guide To In
-
Home Child Safety (Tips And Advice On All
Aspects Of Child Home Safety)


being distributed via maternity
hospitals

B

Play It Safe!
-

A Guide To Preventing Children's Accidents

B

The Little Book Of Home Safet
y

L

Active Steps To Safety


Toddlers Up To 5yrs (Key Safety Advice For
Parents And Carers Of Children Up To The Age Of 5)

L

Fingertips
-

How To Keep Your Children’s Fingers Safe

L

Fire Action Plan

L

Fireworks Are Explosives
-

Get Wise Or Get Hurt

L

Han
dle Safely


Babies To Crawling (Key Safety Advice For Parents
And Carers Of Babies From Birth To Crawling)

P

Accident Alert! How To Protect Your Growing Baby (Key Stages Of
Development Linked To Typical Home Accidents For Those Aged 0


12 Months


A3 Wal
l Chart)


Alcohol


B

Alcohol
-

What Every Parent Should Know


Breastfeeding


B

Breastfeeding And Returning To Work


Off To A Good Start

B

Breastfeeding Your Baby


Important Information For New Mothers

L

Feeding Your New Baby


Important Information For M
others
-
To
-
Be

M

Women Talking About Breastfeeding


English/Urdu


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Child Health/Parenting


L

Potty And Toilet Training


A Guide For Parents


Dental Health


L

Give Teeth A Chance


Look After Children’s Teeth

L

Teeth For Two

L

Series Of Five Dental Leaflets:

Contented? Maybe For Now (Baby Drinks)

How Much? How Often? (Sugar)

Protect Their Teeth At Bedtime

Unwell? (Sugar Free Medicines)

When Is It Time For Your Baby To See A Dentist?

L

Drinks And Dental Health


A Guide For Parents And Carers

L

Healthy Eating

And Teeth


A Guide For Parents And Carers

L

Tips For Tooth Brushing


A Guide For Parents And Carers

L

Fissure Sealants


A Guide For Parents And Carers


Drugs


B

Drugs
-

What Every Parent Should Know

B

Your Body Matters
-

Drugs And Young Children
-

A P
arent Resource


Food Safety/Food Hygiene


L

Food Safety And Your Baby



Immunisation


B

A Guide To Childhood Immunisations For Babies Up To 13 Months Of
Age


B

A Guide To Pre
-
School Immunisation For 3
-
5 Year Olds

B

Teenage Immunisations Age 13 To 18 Your
Questions Answered

L

Mmr


Your Questions Answered


Mental Health


B

The Huge Bag Of Worries (For Children)


Nutrition


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L

Healthy Eating During Pregnancy

L

Tempting Toddlers (Advice For Feeding Your Child From 2 Years)


Physical Activity


Active Living Lit
erature:

B

Get You And Your Family Moving


Tobacco


B

Encouraging Smokers To Stop: What You Can Do


A Guide For
Health Professionals (Maximum 10 copies)

B

Smoking And Pregnancy

C

Smokeline Card

L

How You Can Help Your Pregnant Partner To Give Up Smoking

L

Passive Smoking


Unclouding The Issue

M

Aspire To Stop Smoking Magazine


Smoking Concerns Want To Stop Series:

B

Want To Stop Smoking? You Can Do It…We Can Help

L

Want To Stop Smoking? (General leaflet)


Tobacco
-

Starting Fresh:

C

Starting Fresh

L

Star
ting Fresh Information Leaflet


Women’s Health


M

Women Talking About Series Of Mini
-
Mags:

Alcohol

Smoking

Becoming A Mother

Surviving Domestic Violence

Homelessness

Drugs



Workplace


L

Breastfeeding And Returning To Work


A Simple Guide

Other Language
Materials


Accident Prevention


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C

Electric Shock
-

Chinese, Punjabi And Urdu

C

Wounds With Severe Bleeding
-

Chinese, Punjabi And Urdu

L

Avoid The Hotspots
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Chinese, Punjabi And Urdu


L

Taking Positive Steps To Avoid Trips And Falls

This Leaflet Can Be D
ownloaded From

Http://Www.Healthscotland.Com/Publications/publications.aspx

In The Following Languages
-

Arabic, Bengali, Hindi, Polish, Punjabi,
And Urdu



Alcohol


B

Alcohol

-

What Every Parent Should Know


Mandarin, Punjabi, Turkish
And Urdu


Breastfeeding


L

Breastfeeding Your Baby
-

Arabic, Punjabi And Urdu

L

Feeding Your New Baby
-

Arabic, Punjabi And Urdu

M

Women Talking About Breastfeeding


Urdu/English


Dental Heal
th


L

Drinks And Dental Health
-

Cantonese, Punjabi And Urdu

L

Healthy Eating And Teeth
-

Cantonese, Punjabi And Urdu

L

Tips For Tooth Brushing
-

Cantonese, Punjabi And Urdu


Drugs


B

Drugs
-

What Every Parent Should Know
-

Mandarin, Punjabi, Turkish
And
Urdu


Immunisation


L

Immunisation Factsheet 2004.

Publications link:

Http://Www.Healthscotland.Com//Publications/publications.aspx


In The Following Languages
Arabic, Bengali,
Chinese, Gaelic only







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Support Resources For
School Aged Children /
Parents Of School Aged
Children

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Support Resources For School Aged Children /
Parents Of School Aged Children


The following resources c
an be ordered from the Public Education Resource
Library (PERL).

Orders can be placed using the resource order form available from:

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Public Education Resource Library, Public
Health Resource Unit, Dalian House, 350 St Vincent
Street, Glasgow,

G3 8YU; Tel: 0141 201 4915; Email:
PERL@ggc.scot.nhs.uk
.

Please allow 2
-
3 weeks for the completion of orders, after which you will be
contacted to arrange for collection of the resources from ou
r store.



Resource

Publishing
body

Age/stage

L

At what age can I go to see the doctor?

Resource aimed at YP but parents should be
informed about their child’s rights.

NHSGGC
and SCLC

P7


S6


B

The Huge Bag of worries

Children 1st

P1
-
4


L

Stop Nit Pick
ing!

Information on Head Lice and how your
Pharmacist can help

NHSGGC

All age
groups

B

Messages from children to mums and dads


are you listening

NHS Health
Scotland

P1
-
6

L

Series of oral health guides for parents and
carers e.g. ‘drinks and dental hea
lth’, ‘healthy
eating and teeth’

NHSGGC


L

Sex and stuff: talking with kids about sex and
relationships

NHS Health
Scotland

P6/7


S6

B

FPA series of small leaflets that can be useful
to use as talking aids e.g. ‘4boys’, ‘4 girls’,
‘periods’

FPA

S1+

B

Alcohol: what every parent should know

NHS Health
Scotland

P5+

B

Drugs: what every parent should know

NHS Health
Scotland

P5+

B

Worried about self
-
injury?

Young Minds

S1+


L

R U Ok? A supporting guide for parents, carers
and teachers (accompanies series

of 5 leaflets:
‘RU sad?’, ‘RU Worried?’, ‘RU friends?’, ‘When
someone dies’, ‘Family break
-
ups’)

NHS Health
Scotland

P5
-
7

To borrow resources from the Public Education Resource Library (PERL),
you need to register with them at:

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NHS Greater Glasgow and Cl
yde, Public Education Resource Library, Public
Health Resource Unit, Dalian House, 350 St Vincent Street, Glasgow,

G3 8YU


Resource

Publishing Body

/Available From

Age/Stage

Developing Together Boxes

A resource for parents &
children working together on
g
rowing
-
up, puberty &
relationships

Healthy Respect
Available to
download from

www.healthyrespect.
co.uk

Also available to
borrow from PERL

(SEX70/P)

Approx P5
-
S3

(Some of the manual is
aimed at practitioners

who
would go on to develop a
Together Box with parents)

Keeping Yourself Healthy

A guide to…having a period

… examining your testicles

…examining your breasts

…keeping clean (women)

…keeping clean (men)

…having a healthy mouth

...having a healthy heart

N
HS Health Scotland

Available to order
from PERL

Although they are not
specifically aimed at
parents, these are useful
guides to read with a young
person with a learning
disability

I Want To Be A Good Parent

…what’s it like to be a parent?

…Children need
healthy food

…Children need to be clean,
healthy & warm

…Children need to be safe

…Children need love

Available to borrow
from PERL

(YOU121/P)

Parents with mild learning
disabilities. Has basic
information about young
children 0
-
2years

[The resource is ve
ry basic
and probably quite dated
(1994/95). It may be more
of a guide for practitioners
in terms of how to pace the
information they give,
rather than a resource for
parents to take away]

Watch Our Friends

15 minute video

Available to borrow
from PERL

(Y
OU13/V)

Primary school aged
children that may be having
difficulty with friendships

Aspergers
-
Autism &
Sexuality: Puberty & Beyond

Book (approx 200 pages)

Available to borrow
from PERL

(LEA/JN)

For parents of teenagers
with autistic spectrum
disorders.

R
equires a reasonable
reading ability.


There are a number of other books in the LEA (Learning Disability) section of
PERL relating to parenting children with Autism etc.
-

they may be of some
help to parents.

The following resources are available direct f
rom the Publishing Body for a
small cost, or for free.

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Resource

Publishing Body

/Available From

Age/Stage

Talking To Your Child About
Sex And Relationships

Family Planning Association

www.fpa.org
.uk/about/pubs/i
ndex.htm

(75p each)

P1+

Series of leaflets including:

‘Worried About A Young
Person’s Eating Problems?’

‘What Is ADHD?’

‘Bullying
-
Why It Matters’

‘Children And Young People
Get Depressed Too’

Young Minds

www.youngminds.org.uk/pu
blications/leaflets/

(33p each)

P1+

Bullying And How To Beat It


Information Sheets

Childline

http://www.childline.org.uk/e
xtra
/bullyingindex.asp

P1+

The Parent’s Guide To
Additional Support For Learning

Enquire

http://www.enquire.org.uk/e
nquire/pdf/parents
-
guide
-
to
-
asl
-
2006
-
01.pdf

http://www.enquire.org.uk/e
nquire/publications.html

info@enquire.org.uk

Parents with
children
aged 3
-
18
years (or
whenever
they finish
formal
schooling)

Enquire (service information
leaflet for pa
rents & carers of
children with Additional Support
Needs)


Enquire


0131 222 2425

Parents with
children
aged 3
-
18
years (or
whenever
they finish
formal
schooling)

Sex Small Talk; for parents and
carers of children aged between
4 and 11

Healthy Respect

Ava
ilable to download from

http://www.healthyrespect.c
o.uk/

P1
-
7

Sex ‘N’ Stuff: talking to your
teenager about sex

Healthy Respect

Available to download from

http://www.healthyrespect.c
o.uk/

S1+




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Useful Websites for Parents


Baby Centre

www.babycentre.co.uk


UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

www.babyfriendly.org.uk


BBC Parenting

www.bbc.co.uk/parenting


Child Accident Prevention Trust

www.capt.org.uk


Childcare Information Service

http://www.childcarelink.gov.uk/


Clearing the Air Scotland

www.clearingtheairscotland.com


Eat Well, Be Well (FSA)

www.eatwell.gov.uk/agesandstages/baby/weaning


Healthy Living

www.healthyliving.gov.uk


National Childbirth Trust

Breastfeeding Support 0870 444 8708

www.nctpregnancyandbabycare.com

Family and Parenting Institute

www.e
-
parents.org


National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

www.nspcc.org.uk


NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

http://www.nhsggc.org.uk/


NHS Health Scotland

www.healthscotland.com


One Parent Families Scotland

www.opfs.org.uk


Parentline Plus

www.parentlineplus.org.uk/templates/home/index.cfm


Parents Centre

http://www.parentscentre.gov.uk/


Practical Parenting Advice

http://www.practicalparent.org.uk/


Raising Kids

http://www.
raisingkids.co.uk/homepages/homepage_default.asp


Breastfeeding in Scotland

http://www.breastfeed.scot.nhs.uk/


Sleep Scotland

www.sleepscotland.org


The
Breastfeeding Network

Tel 0870 900 8787

www.breastfeedingnetwork.org.uk

The Depression Alliance

http://www.depressionalliance.org/


The La Leche L
eague

Breastfeeding Support 0845 120 2918

www.laleche.org.uk

Vegetarian Society

www.vegsoc.org/info/infant.html


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