Norland is pleased to announce the launch of its advisory service for families.

The Norland Advisory Service offers a tailored approach for families to access Norland expertise on any aspects of the early years, and beyond. It aims to provide families with more confidence and knowledge in how to best support their children and to address any specific issues or questions they may have.

Open to any family wishing to draw on Norland’s extensive experience working with families and children, the Norland Advisory Service is designed to suit different needs and budgets. From a virtual call charged on an hourly basis up to a half- or full-day rate for an in-person consultation.

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Expert support is offered on a range of topics, including:

  • Weaning
  • Reflux
  • Potty training
  • Behaviour
  • Breast feeding
  • Fussy eating
  • Routines
  • Sleep

Dr Janet Rose, Principal of Norland, said: “We are delighted to launch our advisory service for families. Fully qualified Norlanders are amongst the world’s most sought-after childcare professionals. They come with a high price tag, which means access to Norland’s knowledge and experience is out of reach for many families. Through our new advisory service, we can offer affordable, personalised Norland support and expertise to help more families to support their children with confidence and Norland know-how.”

Julia Gaskell, Head of Consultancy, Agency, Alumni and Training, said: “As a Norlander with many years’ experience working as a nanny and as the founder and manager of an award-winning nursery, I am especially excited to offer families the opportunity to access Norland expertise. With so much conflicting information circulating in early years, we hope to be able to offer definitive advice based on cutting-edge early years knowledge coupled with 130 years of experience.”

To find out more and to make an appointment, parents or carers can contact [email protected] or visit the page via the button below.

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