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Webinars & Online Events

Webinars & Online Events

These are unusual times for families. No matter your age or circumstance, many of us are facing increased stress or maybe things are cropping up that you don’t know how to deal with. Join our online events to find out what support is available to you. Joining links can be found with the session details below.

My First Solid Foods

This fantastic FREE 2-week course will help you to confidently take the first steps to introducing solid foods to your baby. With the support of our dedicated tutor, you will learn tips, recipes and ideas based on current guidance and best practice, to provide your child with the best start possible. This course is suitable for those with children aged 0-1 year. We welcome SEND families

13 July 2022 13:00 - 14:30

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Kooth Professional Training Webinar

Please attend our training webinar and see how Kooth can be inserted into the wrap around care your clients receive, how Kooth can be built into the work you do, how to get the 'word out' to young people and reviewing how young people have used Kooth.

The training will provide the following:
• A live tour of Kooth
• An introduction to Kooth and how it works.
• Support on how to get young people signed up to Kooth.
• Explanation of professional support available via Kooth and what young people can expect.
• Explanation of Kooth's other features and support tools for young people.
• An opportunity to ask questions regarding the service.

13 July 2022 16:00 - 17:00

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Pelvic Health Webinar

Are you pregnant or had a baby in the past year?

Our physiotherapists and midwives invite you to attend a webinar to discuss how to look after your pelvic health during and after pregnancy. Join the session to find out how to prevent pelvic floor issues such as bladder and bowel control or leakage, and pelvic organ prolapse. 1 in 3 people can have urine leakage after birth so it's important to find out how to do your pelvic floor exercises to prevent these issues, and identify what symptoms to look out for, and where to seek help if you have problems.


We have created a safe zone for you to ask questions and get tips on self-care. The webinars are on Microsoft Teams which is free to download or use. The sessions are relaxed and informal, you don't need your camera or microphone on if you don't want to.

18 July 2022 19:00 - 20:00

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August 2022

Pelvic Health Webinar

Are you pregnant or had a baby in the past year?

Our physiotherapists and midwives invite you to attend a webinar to discuss how to look after your pelvic health during and after pregnancy. Join the session to find out how to prevent pelvic floor issues such as bladder and bowel control or leakage, and pelvic organ prolapse. 1 in 3 people can have urine leakage after birth so it's important to find out how to do your pelvic floor exercises to prevent these issues, and identify what symptoms to look out for, and where to seek help if you have problems.


We have created a safe zone for you to ask questions and get tips on self-care. The webinars are on Microsoft Teams which is free to download or use. The sessions are relaxed and informal, you don't need your camera or microphone on if you don't want to.

02 August 2022 10:00 - 11:00

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Kooth Professional Training Webinar

Please attend our training webinar and see how Kooth can be inserted into the wrap around care your clients receive, how Kooth can be built into the work you do, how to get the 'word out' to young people and reviewing how young people have used Kooth.

The training will provide the following:
• A live tour of Kooth
• An introduction to Kooth and how it works.
• Support on how to get young people signed up to Kooth.
• Explanation of professional support available via Kooth and what young people can expect.
• Explanation of Kooth's other features and support tools for young people.
• An opportunity to ask questions regarding the service.

11 August 2022 14:00 - 15:00

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Pelvic Health Webinar

Are you pregnant or had a baby in the past year?

Our physiotherapists and midwives invite you to attend a webinar to discuss how to look after your pelvic health during and after pregnancy. Join the session to find out how to prevent pelvic floor issues such as bladder and bowel control or leakage, and pelvic organ prolapse. 1 in 3 people can have urine leakage after birth so it's important to find out how to do your pelvic floor exercises to prevent these issues, and identify what symptoms to look out for, and where to seek help if you have problems.


We have created a safe zone for you to ask questions and get tips on self-care. The webinars are on Microsoft Teams which is free to download or use. The sessions are relaxed and informal, you don't need your camera or microphone on if you don't want to.

15 August 2022 19:00 - 20:00

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Who can Help?

If you would like some help to access or book onto these events please call our Just One Number team on 0300 300 0123. They will be able to answer any questions and offer support. 

Our opening hours are 8am-6pm Monday-Friday (excluding bank holidays) and 9am-1pm on Saturdays.

Some webinars have presentation slides which are shared after the event. If you were unable to join the webinars, or just want to take another look at the presentations that were shared, you can access these below.

You can speak to other Norfolk parents and carers by clicking our online community forum below.

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