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The government has announced that working parents will be given up to £2,000 per child under Budget plans to ease the cost of child care.
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In response to The Lancet’s new Series on Midwifery, Mary Newburn, Head of Research and Information, NCT, says:
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In response to the NSPCC’s ‘Coping with Crying’ film, Belinda Phipps, Chief Executive, NCT, says:
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With the hot weather forecast, the situation for babies, toddlers and mums-to-be could quickly turn uncomfortable. So NCT has put together some top tips to help pregnant women and little ones stay cool this summer.
This year you, your family or friends could win a fantastic £5000 cash prize kindly donated by Pregnacare, as well as a huge range of other prizes.
In section: Get Involved
NCT supports the Nestlé boycott. We call on Nestlé to end its unethical promotion of baby milk. Support the boycott to help save children's lives around the world.
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A new Netmums survey has found 70 per cent of UK families are living on the edge of financial survival. The survey results can be viewed here: http://www.netmums.com/home/netmums-campaigns/families-in-crisis
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NCT, the UK’s largest charity for parents, and the University of Worcester have joined forces to provide university-accredited training for those wanting to support parents in the transition to parenthood. NCT College admissions are open for courses...
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New Freedom of Information (FOI) data from NCT shows that only 3% of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) contacted have a perinatal mental health strategy.
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From today, mums and dads of premature babies will receive extra support to help them cope during the first few weeks with their baby.
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A new survey by NCT has found that 57% of UK parents at home on maternity or paternity leave are turning their heating down or switching it off because of concerns about the rising cost of energy bills.
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A new survey by NCT has found that 57% of UK parents at home on maternity or paternity leave are turning their heating down or switching it off because of concerns about the rising cost of energy bills.
In section: Get Involved
Are your friends sick of you sharing your baby pictures and stories?
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Research released today (Wednesday 27 March), by NCT, shows that new parents are turning to second hand goods to try and keep down the costs of raising a family.
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The NCT has just elected its 6th president in its 55 year history. The hustings and election took place at the charity’s AGM attended by over 1,000 people on 15 & 16 May. Sue Saxey, volunteer for 21 years, former trustee and breastfeeding counselor,...
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A report published by the National Audit Office reveals that there are significant and unexplained variations in maternity care around the country.
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A shocking new report out today by NCT, the UK’s largest parenting charity, shows new mums are left unprepared and unsupported by the NHS after they’ve had a baby and calls on the NHS to improve postnatal care in the UK.
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New Which? research has revealed that some toddler milks contain more sugar and less calcium than cow's milk. Parents could save more than £500 a year by giving their child cow's milk instead of toddler milk.