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Can you help us shape a new service for families with babies in Peterborough?

We’re setting up a new NHS parent-infant relationship team in Peterborough to support parents/carers and babies, and we want to hear from you!

What is a parent-infant relationship team?

Parent-infant relationship teams are experts in improving the bonds between babies and their parents/carers.

Unlike other services that might focus on parents’ mental health, or the general health of babies, these teams are specifically focused on developing the relationship and connection between babies and the people who care for them.

If you were struggling to feel connected to your baby, which could be for many different reasons, a parent-infant relationship team would be able to support you.

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How can I help?

At the moment, there are 45 parent-infant relationship teams across the UK, but there is currently no team in Peterborough. We are setting up this team at the moment, and as part of this, we want to hear your views in a short survey.

Who is the survey for?

The survey is for anyone who has been the parent of a baby in the last 10 years, or has been very close to someone that has (e.g. a close family member). In particular, we want to hear from anyone who experienced problems bonding with their baby, for any reason.

The survey questions are a mixture of tickboxes and spaces for you to write longer answers. You can give as much or little detail as you want.

How do I fill in the survey?

Click on the button below to complete the survey, it only takes about 10 minutes. 

Is the survey available in other languages?

The survey is also available in the following languages: