When your child is between 10 and 12 months old you may receive an 'Ages and Stages' (ASQ: 3) questionnaire in the post, with a prepaid envelope to complete and return which will be reviewed by a health professional.
If the results indicate that a further follow up is necessary we'll invite you and your child to an appointment.
If you would like support to complete your child’s ASQ Questionnaires please contact our advice line.
Please take a moment to view the one year page in their Personal Child Health Record ’red book’ which highlights the many new skills they may be developing at this age.
Your child will also be due their 1 year immunisations which you will need to arrange with your GP surgery.
The 10-12 month review is an opportunity to review your child’s progress including information on:
- Child development
- Information on children's speech, language and communication development
- Talking to your baby (BBC Tiny Happy People)
- Information about our speech and language therapy service including advice sheets
- Dental health (you can also download our leaflet) and advice on brushing teeth
- Healthy eating
- Sleep and Safer sleep
- Information on bedding for your baby
- Home safety
- Managing minor illness and high temperatures
- Your emotional wellbeing and emotional wellbeing tips for mothers
- Vitamin D
If you feel you need emotional advice or support please contact your local health visiting team through our advice line.
Do you know why Vitamin D supplements are important for you and your child? Please read more on our advice page, and find out about Healthy Start vitamins.
Concerned about your child’s hearing? If your child is between 8 months and 18 years and you have a Surrey-based GP, you can arrange a hearing appointment for them yourself. Call 01483 783 135 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm) to book. Find out more on the Audiology page.
- DadPad - The Essential Guide for New Dads: DadPad is a free easy-to-use app for dads-to-be and dads with new babies in Surrey. DadPad can be downloaded free onto any smart phone from app stores. Dads and their partners just need to put in their postcode and select their local hospital trust.
- Emotional wellbeing tips for fathers
Surrey perinatal mental health service
Watch the video to find out more about our Surrey perinatal mental health service.