Family Nurse Partnership | Buckinghamshire

If you areĀ aged 19 or underĀ and expecting your first baby, you can receive additional support from our Family Nurse Partnership team.

Our specially trained nurses will visit you regularly whilst you are pregnant to help prepare you for the birth of your baby and getting ready to become a mum for the first time. Visits will continue up until your baby is two years old.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Nicki Jeffries
Contact Position
FNP Supervisor
Telephone
E-mail
buc-tr.FNP-Bucks@nhs.net
Website
Family Nurse Partnership

Where to go

Address
Buckinghamshire

Other Details

Age Ranges
From 16 to 19 years

Local Offer

Description

The Family Nurse Partnership programme is delivered in partnership with eligible clients in their own homes or a community location of their choice.

Each client is respected as an individual and their specific needs taken into account when planning and delivering their Family Nurse Partnership intervention.

Contact Name
Nicki Jeffries
Contact Telephone
Contact Email
buc-tr.FNP-Bucks@nhs.net
Local Offer Age Bands
16 to 18
19 to 25
Needs Level
All Needs Met
SEN Provision Type
Universal service (No referral required)

General Local Offer Response

What needs does your service or activity aim to meet for children and young people with SEND and their families?

Early intervention, support and guidance for babies and their families with potential SEND.

What outcomes does your service or activity aim to achieve for children and young people with SEND and their families?

Correct sign posting to relevant agencies and services for ongoing management.

How can children and young people with SEND and their families start to use your service or activity?

Families who are eligible may join the programme by contacting the Family Nurse Partnership Team.

How is your service or activity fully accessible to children, young people with SEND and their families, for example, facilities, support from staff?

The service is delivered in the families' home and in community locations.

How do you communicate with children, young people with SEND and their families?

We communicate with the families in whichever format is best for them - by phone, by email, in their homes or in community locations.

What training have your staff and/or volunteers received to support children and young people with SEND and their families?

Family Nurses are specialist public health nurses who are well informed and accountable to ensure education regarding SEND is kept up to date.

What future plans does your service or activity have for developing its SEND provision, for example, training, facilities?

The nurses reflect with families on how service provision could improve.

Last Updated
22/08/2019

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