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Find health and wellbeing services

Use the search boxes below to search for NHS health services, support in pregnancy, counselling services, speech and language support and other health and wellbeing services.

Visit the public health section of our website to find out about the latest public health campaigns.

Your local children's centre are free to use for all children unborn or under 5, as well as their parents, grandparents and any other carers, including professional home carers.

Wokingham borough children centres offer NHS antenatal classes, child health clinics and BfN (Breastfeeding Network) support groups. For further information visit our Health services at children's centres web page.

Further health and wellbeing information can be found on our:


Berkshire NHS Healthcare Foundation Trust have a helpful blog where therapists talk about ways of promoting children’s speech and language or sensory/physical development through play.

Read the blog on the Berkshire NHS Healthcare Children, Young People and Families service website.

You can also follow the Berkshire NHS Healthcare Foundation Trust on their Facebook page.

Visit our mental health support page for information on counselling service, online tools and resources to help manage children and young people's mental health and wellbeing: 



Flu can cause serious illness, hospitalisation and even death among those who are most at risk. The flu vaccination is one of the most effective ways to reduce harm from flu. Find out more information on flu and the vaccination by visiting our protecting yourself from the flu web page.


How to help stop the spread of the winter vomiting bug (norovirus):

  • No visits to hospitals, care homes and GP surgeries if you are suffering from symptoms of norovirus – send someone else to visit loved ones until you are better
  • Once you’ve been symptom-free for at least 48 hours, you’re safe to return to  work, school or visit hospitals and care homes
  • Only hand-washing will prevent spread of norovirus – alcohol hand gels don't kill the virus
  • Regularly wash your hands with soap and warm water, especially after using the toilet, and before eating or preparing food  

For further information visit read our  keeping warm and well web page.

Further health and wellbeing information can be found within the health section of our website.


The inclusion of any company / society / group / person’s within the directory should not be used as a recommendation of that company / society / group / person’s name products and / or services.

We'd advise that before you use any service not provided by Wokingham Borough Council listed you follow the advice on checks to make before using services.

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