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Hampshire's Family Support Service

Hampshire County Council has a Family Support Service which aims to support families across the county. The Family Support Service (FSS) is a single, joined up service for families with children aged 0 – 19 years. This service will also be offered for young adults with learning…

Hampshire's Local Offer for Special Educational Needs and / or Disabilities

Your Local Offer - Information and services available in Hampshire for children and young people (birth to 25) who have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) The Local Offer includes information about education, health, social care, preparation for adulthood, leisure services and impartial information advice and support.…

Handling reactions to facial disfigurement

Learning how to be confident and handle people's reactions can help people with disfigurements get more out of social interactions. Using positive body language and having a set of responses ready to use if people stare at you can be helpful. Body language tips Think…

Hangover cures

Splitting headaches, sickness, dizziness, dehydration: anyone who's ever drunk too much knows the consequences. Alcohol makes you pee more, which can lead to dehydration. Dehydration is what causes many of the symptoms of a hangover.   Hangover cures are generally a myth. There are no cures for a hangover,…

Hay fever and children

Hay fever usually affects children from the age of seven, and older children and teenagers are more susceptible to the allergy than adults. Hay fever symptoms, including itchy eyes and a running nose, can be particularly distressing for children, who may find the symptoms harder to…

Headspace app

Headspace has one mission: to improve the health and happiness of the world. And with millions of users in more than 190 countries, we’re well on our way. There are thousands of studies that have shown mindfulness meditation can positively impact mental and physical health.…

Health

We know you would rather spend time looking after the health needs of your child or young person than looking for information about health services. This section provides you with a core resource of specialist clinics, services and advice. What’s more, to help you identify…

Health and Emotional Wellbeing

We all want to maintain a quality of life that allows us to enjoy living. In this section you will find a range of information, advice and services to support you and your family’s health and wellbeing.   For a comprehensive list of local services…

Health and Social Care Traineeship

Traineeship Plus – across Hampshire Do you know a young person keen to get their first job in Health and Social Care, but who needs a helping hand?Hampshire Futures’ Traineeship Plus Programme is running again in September and applications are now open. Traineeship Plus helps young…

Health and Wellbeing

It matters to all of us that:               We are healthy               We look after our health properly               We know who to talk to if we feel unwell
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