Case studies

Fiona's story

“I see people when they often have embarrassing problems, some people have lost all confidence and have a poor quality of life ..."

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Staff Stories: Marie Raleigh

The MECSH programme, which stands for Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home Visiting Programme is a two year programme developed in Australia and delivered world-wide. The goal is to support the best outcomes for infant development, maternal and family health and wellbeing despite any challenge to that, at the most important time of an infant’s life.

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Michelle's story

Meet Michelle Cumming, Operational Lead for Child and Family Services at FNHC.

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Pauline Huelin, Paediatric Liaison Health Visitor

Meet Pauline Huelin, Paediatric Liaison Health Visitor

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Francis's story

Francis has a two hour visit every week from the FNHC team. Francis loves them all and her face lights up when she sees them. We also receive support and guidance as required with things like medication, tracking her weight gain, helping to change her gastrostomy, checking in on her when she’s been ill and providing welcome advice when we’re concerned.

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New mum, Sophie

I’m a first time mum - I gave birth to a happy, healthy baby boy six months ago. Neither my husband nor I are from Jersey so we had no idea what support to expect both before and after the birth of our son. Having had many family members tell us that the support available for families in the UK is not ‘what it used to be’, I have been very pleasantly surprised with the great support our growing family has had here in Jersey.

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Nixon's Story

"Who knows what may be ahead, but right now, Nixon has a positive quality of life, and manages the bumps along the way with this family and Family Nursing & Home Care at his side."

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Daisy's story

Family Nursing became our only link to the outside world during lockdown. We looked forward to every visit and sharing all of Daisy’s progress and milestones. As a first time mother, I appreciated all of the nurses' advise and guidance.

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India's story

The team don’t stop with looking out for India, they also check on me, make sure I’m okay and not burning myself out. They are a joy to enter the home, India loves the attention as does the dog, the team from the top of the children’s team right through to the carers, support workers are the most understanding team.

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June's Patient Story

"If someone had told me a few years ago that I would have required Family Nursing in the Community at my relatively young age of 53/54, I would never have believed it as I always believed it was for more elderly people in the community, but I now realise how easily a situation like mine can happen to anyone at anytime and how important the home visits really are."

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Sophia's Story

"Family Nursing & Home Care have been invaluable to us to allow Sophia to stay at home with us and her six siblings. They are only a phone call away and we are delighted to see them each week to check on Sophia."

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