School Health Support
Theresa is a practitioner within the Walsall Reflexions team, providing group and 1:1 support for young people, parent-led intervention, staff training and assemblies focussed on improving mental health in schools. She is trained in providing low-intensity CBT therapy for mild to moderate common mental health problems (e.g. anxiety, panic, phobia, low mood) which may be impacting on sleep, learning, attendance, and/or relationships.
Please contact a member of the Inclusion Team if you would like further information.
The Health Visiting Service
The Health Visiting Service has been accredited by UNICEF as Baby Friendly since 2017.
Parents and carers can contact our service by..
Telephone: 01922 603074 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday
(excluding Bank Holidays) or
The Health Visiting Service supports and educates families from pregnancy until your child starts school.
The service is provided by a team led by health visitors who are qualified nurses with specialist training in public health for children. The service delivers the Healthy Child
The Health Visiting team can help with any concerns; we can offer advice and packages of support on a wide range of health issues. We can also signpost you to other services
that may be able to help.
Further information is available:
Or by downloading the Walsall Healthy Child App
The Additional Services We Offer
Health in Pregnancy Team
Health in Pregnancy Team: work with health visitors, midwives and other agencies to provide practical assistance for pregnant women and their families.
Contact number: 01922 423252
Specialist Health Visiting Team
Child Development Centre: work with a multi-disciplinary team to offer assessments and timely interventions to children with
disabilities and complex needs.
Contact number: 01922 605800
Specialist Health Visiting Team for Vulnerable families
Asylum Seekers, refugees, families living in temporary accommodation, Gypsies and Travelers.
Contact number: 01922 605656
Infant Feeding Support Service
Infant Feeding Support Service: work with health visitors, midwives and partner agencies to ensure women and their families, antenatally and postnatally, are supported
to achieve their infant feeding goals, offering assessment for complex infant feeding issues including a nurse led tongue tie clinic.
Contact number: 01922 605248
Please see the various flyers below for information on the support offered by the School Health service.