Change4Life and Start4Life
This leaflet contains information about why a baby needs folic acids as well as how to take folic acid.
This take home 'pack' contains great games to keep the kids active this Summer. Shake up your family's summer holidays with these awesome active games, featuring your favourite Disney characters.
Breastfeeding is great for a mother and her baby. But when starting out, it’s perfectly normal to experience the odd setback. For help and advice 24 hours a day, look for the Breastfeeding Friend from Start4Life in the Alexa Skills Store or on Facebook Messenger. To find out more, search Start4Life.
This four page A5 leaflet provides parents with top tips on how to breastfeed and contains information about the 24/7 Breastfeeding Friend from Start for Life, available via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Facebook Messenger.
Disney 10 minute shake up is back! Building on previous years' successes, Better Health are teaming up with Disney to help get kids active throughout the holidays. Using some of their favourite characters from Disney's Encanto and Frozen, Disney and Pixar's Lightyear and Marvel's The Avengers, they will be inspired to be more active whilst having fun throughout the summer.
The Eatwell Guide shows the proportions in which different types of foods are needed to have a well-balanced and healthy diet.
The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) pre-measurement leaflet is for local authorities to send with the pre-measurement letter, to help parents understand the NCMP process. It also explains how the data collected is used, and why healthy weight is important for a child’s health and wellbeing.
We all want our children to grow up to be happy, healthy adults, so this booklet contains 8 easy tips to help you keep your kids feeling great. These tips have been put together by health professionals and will help your kids to eat well, move more and live longer.
The "Top tips to keep your family healthy and happy" leaflet includes simple tips to help families eat well and move more. It should be used by local authorities when sending out the results letter on the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP).