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Your Education

While it may not seem so important now, getting a good education at school will help you in the future to have a good career, go university or start your own business. Do you hear that all the time? Well – that's because it's true!  …

Your first appointment at a Specialist Clinic

  What to expect from a clinic appointment * If your child has been referred to a specialist clinic it can be difficult to know what to expect. Many services have leaflets or websites explaining about their clinics so it may be useful to check…

Your Health

The everyday choices you make can have a big effect on your health, your life and your wellbeing. Below is a number of things that you can do to help you be as healthy as you can.

Your medicine cabinet

Be prepared for common ailments by keeping a well-stocked medicine cabinet at home. This list, recommended by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, will help you deal with most minor ailments. Pain relief Antihistamines Oral rehydration salts Anti-diarrhoea tablets Indigestion treatment Sunscreen Your first aid kit Medicine…

Your new Hampshire SENDIAS service needs you!

Hampshire's SENDIAS (Special Educational Needs and / or Disabilities Information, Advice and Support) service has a new website https://www.hampshiresendiass.co.uk/ They would like to hear your thoughts on: the branding of the service what features they should include on the website, what resources or information would be…

Your pregnancy to-do list

Stay organised throughout your pregnancy You can use the check boxes below to help you keep track of things you need to do during your pregnancy, such as book your antental classes, make your birth plan, think about where you'd like to have your baby,…

Your Voice

Having your say It is important that you have your say about the care that you receive from Hampshire County Council. Your social worker or personal advisor should involve you in your care plan or pathway plan, speak to your worker about how you would…

Youth Offending Team

  * The service is made up of Social Workers, Police Officers, Probation Officers, Youth Support Workers and specialists in health, education, parenting, substance misuse and sports/arts. * They work with young people who have offended or are at risk of offending, which may include…
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