All the information you may need to make an informed decision about feeding your baby and who may support you with that decision.
The Sub-regional Neonatal Intensive Care Centre (SuRNICC) is the largest neonatal unit in North Wales and supports two Special Care Baby Units in Wrexham and Bangor. We aim to deliver the highest quality care for our very special patients and their families.
Healthy Start Scheme
If you’re more than 10 weeks pregnant or have a child under 4, you may be entitled to get help to buy healthy food and milk. Families also receive free vitamin supplements through the scheme.
Your Health Visitor will provide support from your child's birth to their first years of school.
Flying Start is a Welsh Government funded programme for families with children 0-4 years of age that are living in specific disadvantaged areas of Wales.
Information and advice on infant formula and responsive bottle feeding
Free courses for parents and carers
Online parenting support for all parents-to-be, parents, grandparents or carers
Coping with your baby crying
Helping you to keep calm and soothe your baby.
Perinatal Mental Health
The North Wales Perinatal Mental Health Service provides prediction, prevention, detection and treatment of mental health problems affecting women in pregnancy and the postnatal year.
Introducing solid foods
Make an informed decision about feeding your baby.
Brings together local women and their partners who have recently had a baby.