Support and Advice
The Integrated Specialist Public Health Nursing Service (ISPHNS) 0-19 (25) delivers the Healthy Child Programme (HCP) ‘Pregnancy and the first five years of life’ and ‘From 5-19 years old’. The ‘From 5 -19 years old’ HCP sets...Read More
The ISPHN Service offers advice and information for parents on getting to know their baby and setting up the foundations for a close and loving relationship. Breastfeeding is the healthiest way to feed your baby and we are...Read More
ChatHealth is a confidential text messaging service for young people aged 11-19 years of age living and/or educated within the East Riding. ChatHealth can also be accessed by young people with special educational needs and/or...Read More
We know this is a challenging and worrying time for everyone. We have created this dedicated page to provide children, young people and families with additional information and resources to support you through this period....Read More
In most East Riding primary schools, year six pupils (aged 10-11) have a talk named Growing Up and Readiness for Secondary School, which is delivered by our community public health nurses. This talk is organised in conjunction with...Read More
Here you will find information about the core contacts delivered by the ISPHN Service as part of our commitment to the Healthy Child Programme (HCP). The core contacts offer parents an opportunity to discuss their babies development...Read More
Latest News from ISPHNS
Speech and Language Development Resources
New Single Point of Contact now live
New ‘Anywhere Kids’ Video
Celebrating our UNICEF BFI Gold accreditation
Our Integrated Specialist Public Health Nursing Service (ISPHNS) is very proud to have been awarded the prestigious UNICEF Baby Friendly, Achieving Sustainability Gold Award, in partnership with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Children's Centres.
We are the first integrated service in the UK to achieve the gold award, and the East Riding is also the first Children Centre service to achieve the gold accreditation.