Family Nurse Partnership

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'The Family Nurse Partnership' (FNP) programme is a voluntary home visiting programme for first time Mums, aged  19 years and under,  who live in Cambridgeshire.  

The programme works with the strengths of the young person and encourages young parents to fulfil their aspirations for their baby and themselves. Your specially trained family nurse will help you understand all about your pregnancy and how to care for yourself and your baby. They will visit you regularly during your pregnancy and then after the birth until your baby is one year old, with the possibility of continuing until your child is 2 years old. The visits do not replace midwifery care but do deliver most of the Healthy Child Programme. The nurses use programme guidelines, materials and practical activities to work with the mother, as well as the father and wider family, on understanding their baby, making changes to their behaviour, developing emotionally and building positive relationships.

Interpretation and translation services can be arranged by staff, for users of this service.

An information leaflet for parents is available here.
An information leaflet for professionals is available here
The Family Nurse Partnership Eligibility form is available here.

For information on contraception and sexual health, please click here.

Contacts and Referrals:

0300 029 50 50 
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