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Family Nurse Partnership (FNP)

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COVID-19 Update - Family Nurse Partnership 

Our Family Nurse Partnership services continue during COVID-19. As well as face to face contacts, video and telephone consultation will also be offered based on your family health needs. Your Family Nurse will work in partnership with you and discuss these reasons and decide the best option for you. Face to face contact will comply with social distancing and social isolation guidance.

The Family Nurse Partnership team is following NHS and Public Health England COVID-19 guidance.

Remember: You can contact your Family Nurse if you are concerned or worried about yourself or your child’s health and wellbeing – they are there to help you find the support you need.

 

FNP Team Contact details: 020 8223 8601

 

 

About the Service

The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is a voluntary home visiting programme for first time young mums, aged under 21. A specially trained family nurse visits the young mum regularly, from the early stages of pregnancy until their child is two.

The FNP programme aims to enable young mums to:

  • Have a healthy pregnancy
  • Improve their child’s health and development
  • Plan their own futures and achieve their aspirations.

Our vision:

Our vision is that every baby, child and young parent can thrive, fulfil their aspirations and contribute to society. We work in partnership with others to improve the health, social and economic wellbeing of babies, mothers and fathers to achieve long lasting change.

To do this we:

  • Learn from evidence, experience and experts to lead the development and implementation of FNP in England
  • Strive for increased impact and improved cost effectiveness
  • Collaborate with others to improve a range of services for vulnerable young families