Why order Baby Buddy leaflets and posters?

The posters and leaflets are designed to let pregnant and new parents know about Baby Buddy; we have sent them out to hospitals, children’s centres, GP surgeries, other charities, libraries and similar places.

Best Beginnings ask that a senior manager or clinician signs off your order to ensure that there is agreement at a senior level to distribute the Baby Buddy literature. 

The leaflets and posters help more families become aware of our multi-award winning free app, Baby Buddy, which is endorsed by the Department of Health, many Royal Colleges and other organisations. Baby Buddy guides parents and parents-to-be through pregnancy, birth and the first six months of their baby's lives with daily personalised information, over 250 videos, goal setting, appointment scheduling, local service finding and much more. 

Baby Buddy can be used by parents alone or in conjunction with health care professionals. 

Is there a cost involved?

Previously we only charged for delivery and handling. We had been able to provide the leaflets and posters at this minimal fee due to funding. Unfortunately, funding does not last forever and so from August 8th 2017, we will be charging a printing cost in addition to delivery and handling.  Please download our order form for our Price Guide.

How do I get my Baby Buddy leaflets and posters?

For price enquiries and a quote, please download and complete the Baby Buddy poster and leaflet order form

Please then email your completed form to info@bestbeginnings.org.uk.order form

Who can I speak to about getting help with my order?

If you would like any help with the form or have any questions about getting the posters and flyers, please call us on 020 7443 7895 or email info@bestbeginnings.org.uk.

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Baby Buddy is endorsed by the Department of Health and: