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 The Child and Family Health Service provides free developmental health checks, support and information on parenting issues for families with children aged 0-5 years.  The centre is staffed by Child and Family Health Nurses who are specialised in child physical and brain development and behaviour

5 Fisher Avenue

Pennant Hills 2120

94857566

Parking is available at council car park opposite centre

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Following the birth of your baby you will be offered a home visit by one of our Child and Family Health Nurses.

At the first home visit the nurse will check the baby's growth, physical and brain development, discuss any issues regarding breast or infant feeding establish the parents support needs and provide parenting group information.

Parents are encouraged to attend their local Child and Family Health Centre for regular health checks at 1-4 weeks, 6-8 weeks, 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, 2 years, 3 years and 4 years and any other time as needed.

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Early Parenting Support Group ( for babies up to 12 weeks of age)

Monday and Thursday 11.30am - 12.30pm

Group room, ground floor Pennant Hills Community  Health Centre

No prams allowed in group space

 

Chinese Speaking Parents Group with an Interpreter ( for babies 12 months and under)

Please click on the link below for times and locations

 Chinese Speaking Parents Group

Introducing Solid Food to Your Baby

Please click on the link below for times and locations ( bookings required)

Introducing Solid Food to your Baby

 Introducing Solid Foods

The Importance of Play

Please click on the link below for times and locations ( bookings required)

 The Importance of Play

Connecting with your Infant

Please click on the link below for times and locations ( bookings required)

 Connecting With Your Infant

 

For Northern Sydney Local Health District service information click on the link below :

NSLHD Child, Youth and Family Health Service Website