Skip to main content
Family Information and Services Hub

Search Results

Advice & Information

 Directory results

Exam Concessions

Exams can be stressful for any student and sometimes even more so for those with Special Educational Needs. If your child or young person has a disability, health condition or specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia then it may be that their school or college…

Exercise and study

It's important to find time to exercise, particularly during exams when all you seem to do is sit at your desk and work all day (and often into the night). Why should students exercise? Not only is exercise good for your overall health and fitness, but…

Eye safety

Damage to your eyes can threaten your eyesight so it's important to protect them from hazards like injuries, chemicals and UV light. Here's how to keep your eyes safe at home, at work and when you're out and about. In the garden In the sun Using…

Family Connections Service

Assessment, preparation and support for family and friends carers Hampshire Children’s Services is developing a new Family Connections Service. This service will bring together the team who assess family and friends carers (previously known as the Connected Carers Assessment Team) and will grow to provide…

Family Support

Here you will find a range of useful web links, downloadable resources, and online videos on various issues and topics that may be able to provide you with the support that you need, or answer questions that you may have. If you are seriously concerned…

FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions

If you want to know how to use this site, then you might find what you’re looking for in our Frequently Asked Questions.  If you still aren’t sure, try contacting us with your query and we’ll do our best to help. Family Information and Services Hub…

Fat: the facts

Too much fat in your diet, especially saturated fats, can raise your cholesterol, which increases the risk of heart disease.  Current UK government guidelines advise cutting down on all fats and replacing saturated fat with some unsaturated fat.  This page covers: Why we need some…

Fear of the dentist

One in four of us dreads a visit to the dentist, but there are ways to overcome your fear. Being afraid of the dentist means different things to different people. Maybe it's the thought that treatment will hurt, or that the sounds and smells bring back…

Financial problems and relationships

Redundancy, debt and money worries can all put pressure on your relationship with your partner. Denise Knowles, a relationship counsellor at Relate, offers advice on how to ease the strain.  If you're made redundant, loss of income is the most obvious difficulty, but being without…

Find your nearest minor injuries unit

Units are generally staffed by emergency nurse practitioners (ENPs) who can work autonomously to treat minor injuries such as lacerations and fractures. Some units have access to X-ray facilities At the moment, the NHS offers a mix of walk-in centres, urgent care centres, minor injury…
Back to top