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Antenatal

When you are around 28 weeks pregnant, you are invited to book a free antenatal session 'Bump and Beyond: the 4th trimester' run by one of our health visitors. 

This is a chance to discuss your pregnancy, your baby’s wellbeing and preparing you and your partner for parenthood. We will talk about the role of the health visiting team and give you information on local community services you and your family can access.

It is an opportunity to discuss what is going well, as well as any difficulties you and your family may be experiencing to help us understand the support you may need for the future, how you feel about becoming a parent and the support around you including what to expect after your baby is born.

'Bump and Beyond: the 4th trimester' antenatal sessions - book online

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Free antenatal sessions 'Bump and Beyond: the 4th trimester' are for parents-to-be to attend from 28 weeks pregnant onwards.

The session will cover:

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What do I need to know?

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For further information

  • To follow up a referral
    • For example, for developmental paediatrics or therapy services. Contact the One Stop referral centre (tel: 0300 222 5755, Option 2)
  • For advice or questions about your child's health and two year development checks
  • Referrals for ASD, ADHD or another neurological/developmental condition
  • Access to emotional wellbeing and mental health services
  • Hearing concerns
  • Concerns or complaints about a Children and Family  Health Surrey service

If your query is not covered by the routes above, please use the form below to contact us.  Your query will be passed to the relevant team who will aim to respond within seven working days.