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  1. Working: Your Rights

    Your legal rights when working and caring As a working parent with a disabled child, you may have a legal right to take time off (Parental Leave) in certain circumstances. You may also be able to request a change in your working week (Flexible Working)…
  2. Yellow Cards and Gateway Cards

    What is the difference between the Yellow Card and the Gateway Card for disabled people in Hampshire? The Yellow Card is issued when you register as disabled with Hampshire County Council. The Gateway Card and Gateway Card+ are free and give you access to community activities, play…
  3. Your accommodation

    Where will I live? While in care, where you live will depend on your individual situation and what is going on in your life. There are several different placements, one of which will be right for you. Foster Care Is when you move to live…
  4. Your baby's weight and height

    Steady weight gain is one of the signs that your baby is healthy and feeding well. It's normal for babies to lose some weight in the first few days after birth. Your baby will be weighed during their first two weeks to make sure they're…
  5. Your birth plan

    Why make a birth plan? A birth plan is a record of what you would like to happen during your labour and after the birth. You don't have to create a birth plan, but if you would like one your midwife will be able to help.…
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