In Health & wellbeing, The Nursery

The following article appeared in The North Somerset Times on 12th October 2020:

A Portishead nursery has launched a flexible nursery service to provide parents with additional help throughout the pandemic.

The Nursery, at St Vincent House in Combe Road, has vowed to support parents of young children further following a rise in Covid-19 cases in the UK.

The childcare setting can help parents access additional funding to early years education and frontline workers with varying shifts at short notice can also take advantage of the service.

A specialist cohort worker experienced in trauma and anxiety is also employed at The Nursery to work with children who may have social and emotional challenges in their lives.

Jackie Hardie, who runs The Nursery, said: “We want families with young children to know we are here to support them as they continue to cope with the results of the coronavirus, however it may be affecting them.”

You can read the full article here.

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