NHS Grumpy Baby Advert

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I produced, wrote, directed & edited this advert for NHS South which helps raise awareness of what is involved when becoming a health visitor for the NHS and the perks that come with the job.

The NHS is currently seeking qualified healthcare professionals and students, passionate about the health and wellbeing of children, who are looking for a new career opportunity. This is an exciting time to join the health visiting profession. The service is being expanded and modernised to ensure there are enough health visitors to give all children a healthy start in life and parents the support they need.

It’s not just about weighing babies; health visitor’s work with women throughout pregnancy, new-born babies and children up to the age of five. Health visitors offer free advice and support at a time when parents may not know where to turn for help or really need some reassurance. They provide support to all parents, regardless of the family situation, on anything around their child’s health and development; from immunisations and , to diet and sleeping patterns. They monitor wellbeing, behaviour, communication skills and learning. Health visitors can also put parents in touch with other NHS or community services, such as breast feeding support groups, child speech therapists or treatment for post-natal depression.

For details on how to become a health visitor visit www.southcentral.nhs.uk/healthvisitor

Produced, Written, Directed & Edited by:
Reese Howard www.reesehoward.co.uk
Greg Michael www.gregmichael.co.uk

Director of Photography:
Nicholas Britt

Sound Recordist:
Matthew Hickling

Music Composed by:
Jamie Rowland

Hair & Make Up:
Amy Rees

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