This page is dedicated to providing resources in relation to babies and also pregnancy.
The The North Yorkshire and York Child Death Overview Panel has created a new Sudden and Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI) Prevention One Minute Guide for Professionals, please take a look and share with your colleagues.
The Lullaby Trust have produced further information regarding 'Reducing Sudden Deaths in Yorkshire and the Humber'.
ICON – Babies Cry, You Can Cope programme supports parents and carers manage normal infant crying and to prevent abusive head trauma injuries to babies caused by shaking, also referred to as ‘shaken baby syndrome’.
ICON is an evidenced-based programme designed to help parents and carers understand the normal crying pattern of young infants and to help them develop successful coping mechanisms to deal with this.
The ICON programme delivers four simple messages before the birth and in the first few months of a baby’s life:
I – Infant crying is normal;
C – Comforting methods can help;
O – It’s OK to walk away;
N – Never, ever shake a baby.
Within the parents & carer section of the CYSCP website you will find information in relation to ICON – Babies Cry, You Can Cope programme supports parents and carers manage normal infant crying and to prevent abusive head trauma injuries to babies caused by shaking, also referred to as ‘shaken baby syndrome’.
The ICON Website has a weath of information including:
At the CYSCP and NYSCP we are always looking to develop new resources to engage parents and carers. Within the parents & carer section of the NYSCP website you can now find a Caring for your Baby page with information about ICON Babies Cry, You Can Cope programme and Safer Sleep for Babies with lots of useful information and resources.
If you or your colleagues work with parents and carers of young babies, please share with them.
The CYSCP have produced a number of resources in relation to prebirth and babies. The following is available:
The CYSCP have published some 7 point briefings in relation to babies and these can be found on the Learning and Development webpage
This area is under development.
The City of York Council Principal Social Worker, Dallas Frank has written a useful blog regarding 'Engagement with Fathers'. For this and lots of other useful information please visit the Blog section of the Systemic Practice webpage.