Pre-Recorded Virtual Sessions

Little Eaters

Safe Sleep Session

No More Nappies

Amazing Babies

Breast Feeding Session

Physical Development session

Top tips to talking session

Antenatal Class Session 1


Baby and child first aid/medical

Baby resuscitation

Baby recovery

Fever and taking temperatures

Coughs and colds

Baby sepsis

Allergies and anaphylaxis

Feeding / digestion

Baby poo

Babies with faltering weight

Baby massage for colic


Introducing solid food

Emotional and mental health

Postnatal depression


Pregnancy supplements

General health promotion for babies/children

Helping your child sleep well

Baby teeth care

Soothing crying

Development, learning and play

Walking and mobility

Baby visual developmen

Sharing books with babies

Treasure Baskets

Infant Feeding

Breast feeding top tips

Skin to skin responsive breast feeding

Positioning and attachment

Breastfeeding frequently asked questions

How do I know my baby is getting enough breast milk?

Hand expressing & antenatal colostrum harvesting

Expressing breast milk

Baby Brain Development

1. Journey in the womb

Computer animated film of 9 months in the womb.

2. Baby’s Brain

How baby’s brain develops NSPCC. The core concepts in early development.

3. Circle of Security

A tour of the Circle in about four minutes.

4. Build Baby’s Brain

Experiences build Brain Architechture Center for Developing Child Harvard

5. Serve & Return

Serve and Return Interaction Shapes Brain Circuitry for developing child Harvard

6. Toxic Stress

Toxic Stress Centre for developing child Harvard

7. Baby Brain Boost

Play tips to boost your child’s brain. In the first 1,000 days of life, a baby’s brain forms 1,000 new connections every second.

Top Tips for Talking

Talking tip number one

Talk to your bump

Talking tip number two

Cuddle me close

Talking tip number three

Interests and feelings

Talking tip number four

Don’t ignore me

Talking tip number five

Play, read and sing

Talking tip number six

Talk to me all the time

Talking tip number seven

Give lots of time to respond

Talking tip number eight

Repeat what you say but add a word or two

Talking tip number nine

Dummies stop me talking clearly

Talking tip number ten

Use the language you know the best

Advice from your Start Well Health Visiting Team


Sleep Support

Toilet Training

Toileting part 1

Potty Training

Are you a parent or carer thinking that you should consider starting potty training with your child? When and how should you start? How can you get your child prepared? What do you need? What if your child struggles with it or refuses? Find answers to these questions and more…

Find a range of useful info in our A-Z listing

Find a range of useful info in our A-Z listing

Find a range of useful info in our A-Z listing