Support for Families

Young Parents Project

Our Young Parent Project is still here to support you during lockdown and beyond , here are some of the things we can help you with if you are pregnant a young mum or dad age 16 – 24
We want to help  and can  support you on a one to basis by phone or video call, we are also having Zoom drop in chat rooms to allow Young Parents the opportunity to interact with each other. We can  provide online training to  any young parent who is interested.in developing. their skills or would like to get a job or go to college.
please contact us by email marie.docherty@rosemount.ac.uk or call or text Carol on 07539932902 or Nicola on 07943630910

 

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Oral Health Project

Our Oral Health Project helps families in the North East in improving their health and wellbeing especially oral health. The project supports families with children between the age of 0-2 years and pregnant women.

The oral health project is offering

  • 1-2-1 support during this pandemic with activity packs and help/support for you and your baby
  • Toddler Group (0-2) Bookbug health sessions online for you and your baby to join for some activity and change to interact with the other mums and babies.
  • Information and support on improving and managing oral health during lockdown with sugar and decay information, fact sheets and tooth decay models
  • Tums to Mums (expecting mums) sessions with support on oral health during pregnancy, breastfeeding, birthing options, financial benefits/support available  during pregnancy/after and

The oral project can help you find the support you require in your local area for your child’s oral health.

For more information and help contact Kiran on 07701 338 495 or Kiran.Kaur@rosemount.ac.uk

 

Some useful links and information on oral health for 0-2 years:

 

Further information and support

All the latest information regarding coronavirus can be found on the NHS website and the official UK government website.

We are regularly updating our website to make sure that the most up to date information on care is given to those who need it most and with the safety of our families in mind.