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Our webpages provide health information and links to websites that we feel may be helpful to parents of school age children and young people. If you have a concern about your child's health that you would like to discuss with a School Nurse please contact your child's School Nursing team.
If you are a professional and would like to request support from the School Nursing service, please complete the request for support form.
All referrals must be discussed with the child, young person and parent/carer in advance to gain consent. Once we receive your form it will be reviewed by a member of the team and you will be contacted. Children, young people and parent/carers can request support directly from the School Nursing service.
How we can help
School Nurses also work closely with Education, Social Care and other health professionals, to help children and young people to remain healthy and to ensure that any health needs are met.
The school nursing team includes:
Public Health School Nurse - a registered nurse with further specialist qualification in public health at degree or masters level
Special School Nurse - a registered nurse who has experience of supporting children and young people with complex needs and disabilities who attend identified special schools
Community Staff Nurse - a registered nurse with additional experience in public health, child health and development
Community Nursery Nurse -qualified in child development with training in sleep, behaviour interventions and promotion of healthy eating
School Nurse Assistant/Healthcare Support Worker - have experience and specific training to work with children and young people in schools and in the community
The Southern Health School Nursing team cover many schools across Hampshire.
Find your local school nursing team to contact us.
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