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Wednesday 13 December 2017

The guaranteed first prize in this year's Channel Islands Christmas Lottery has now risen to £950,000.

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Tuesday 12 December 2017

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Monday 11 December 2017

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Children's Community Nurses

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The Childrens Community Team comprises of Health Visitors, School Nurses and Childrens Community Nurses and are responsible for the public health and wellbeing of children aged 0-19.

  • Health Visiting

    • Health visiting is a universal service offered to all families with pre-school children pdf icon Heath Visiting Leaflet [572kb].
    • Each family has a named Health Visitor who may visit during the antenatal period or commence visiting a day or two after the midwife has discharged the baby.
    • A Health Visitor visits Alderney one day a week.
    • Health visitors offer developmental assessments for babies and young children at key points in their lives. In addition health visitors offer help and advice on a range of issues such as feeding, sleeping, potty training and behaviour management.
    • If health needs are identified through assessment in partnership with families, then the level of health visiting intervention is increased to meet the need.
    • For families with complex needs, Health Visitors offer a high level of support usually as part of a multi-agency package.
    • Child Health Clinics are run by Health Visitors to provide parents/carers with an opportunity to access information on any health issues e.g. child development, growth and minor ailments.  These are held weekly at 6 venues throughout the Island and are open to anyone who wishes to discuss their child's health. The preschool booster is offered to all children at 3½ years. See leaflet for times and venues.
  • School Nursing

    • The School Health Service is committed to promoting and maintaining the health of the school age population in their social and educational environment, acknowledging ever changing needs.
    • A core programme of health surveillance and health promotion is offered to individuals, families and school communities.
    • The health needs of individuals referred to the service, are assessed by the School Nurses and services are mobilised to meet any identified need.
    • The School Nurses offer a vaccination programme to all school students routine and catch up vaccinations are available.
    • For all children, young people and their families with complex/special needs School Nurses offer a high level of support, usually as part of a multi-disciplinary package, and work alongside Health Visitors in collaboration with other professionals, parents, teachers and children.
    • For further information please see below,
    • pdf icon Information for Parents and Carers [261kb]
    • pdf icon Information for Young People [113kb]
    • pdf icon Information for Schools and Professionals [273kb]
    • pdf icon Immunisation [208kb]
    • Contact us: The School Nurse team is based at Lukis House, The Grange, St Peter Port, GY1 2QG.  Tel: 01481 725241. Email:
    • pdf icon School Nursing Leaflet [372kb]
  • Children's Community Nurse

    • The Children's Community Nurse is based at Lukis House pdf icon Children's Community Nurses Leaflet [1Mb] and their sphere of work includes following up children:
    • Who have recently been discharged from hospital (both here and from the UK)
    • Children requiring dressings and injections
    • Who have complex conditions and ongoing medical needs
    • The community children's nurses have a specialist qualification in the management of Type 1 diabetes in children and young people, they work in conjunction with the paediatrician and families in the management of diabetes.



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