Welcome to
Hillingdon Children and Young People

Health information for children, young people and their families from the health visiting and school nursing service 

Staying well this winter

Young children can often bee unwell over winter and it can be stressful for parents and carers when a child is not well. 

Often, illness is not serious and the child can be treated 
safely at home or with support from a GP, pharmacist or health 

The Flu vaccine is available for all school-aged children to protect them against flu. 

NHS NW London has created the video below explaining how the vaccine is given, and why it is important.

There’s more information on how you can support yourself or your child, just click the links below

Find out more: Concerned your child is unwell

Find out more: New Baby what's normal and what's not

Find out more: Minor Illness in Children

Helping your unwell child booklet
A team of experts at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust have developed a resource pack to help you care for your sick child. It will help you identify when an illness is minor and when it is serious.

Click here to download the booklet. 

Welcome to the Hillingdon children and young people website

Providing information for all about many aspects of children and young people's health, development and wellbeing.

This website was co-designed by local parents, young people and the health visiting and school nursing teams.

The health visiting and school nursing teams want this website to support all children and young people within Hillingdon and would love to hear your feedback. 

Alert Information

Are your child's vaccinations up to date?

Vaccination can protect you or your child against diseases like measles, rubella, tetanus and meningitis.

Parents and under 5's

Speak to your GP if you think you or your child have missed a vaccine to catch up.

Find out more about baby and infant vaccination here

Children aged 5-18 years old

The Hillingdon Immunisation team can help if you think your child has missed a vaccine. Contact them on 01895 485740

 Find out more about school age vaccinations here