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Young Mothers Ante-Natal Group (YMAG) @ South Isleworth Children's Centre

Young Mothers Ante-Natal Group (YMAG) is run by a team of midwives who help support teenage and young mothers during their pregnancies. We understand adolescent parents face many challenges and aim to provide the following support:

  • Continuity of care from booking to discharge two weeks after giving birth
  • Two year one-to-one parenting programme with the local Family Nurse Partnership
  • Parenting classes, including 'Young Mums To Be' and 'Parents with Prospects'
  • Education and exercise classes including yoga and healthy lunches
  • Access to obstetric consultants for women with high risk pregnancies
  • Advice and assistance for young women with particular social or psychological needs

Service details

Referral required?
Yes

When is it on

Date & Time
Tuesdays 12 to 4pm - Appoinments Only
Session Information
Appointment Only
To be referred to this group you can ask your GP to refer you or you can contact us directly via phone or email.

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All staff are trained to provide an inclusive service to all families. Please contact us if you would like to know more information or would like to request any reasonable special adaptations.

Where to go

Name of venue
South Isleworth Childrens Centre
Venue address
Worple Road
Isleworth
Postcode
TW7 7AP

Who to contact

Name
West Middlesex University Hospital YMAG
Telephone
07786 982 365
Email
caw-tr.wm-anc@nhs.net
Website
West Mid Maternity Unit/ YMAG
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