Children and Young People

'When should I worry' is an excellent information booklet for parents and together with 'Toddler Taming' should be a standard issue to any new or current parents.

In 2016 we ran a first aid for new parents course in partnership with the British Red Cross. Another event is planned for when the pandemic situation improves- we will publicise this on our social media feeds and also in the Reeth Gazette when a date is confirmed.

Guide for parents for children with night time wetting
ERIC's Guide to Night Time Wetting.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [3.0 MB]

Young people aged under 18 who are worried a sexual image or video of them may have been shared online can use Childline and IWF’s Report Remove tool This helps children and young people to report an image or video shared online, to see if it is possible to get it removed. Once the report has been made, it keeps the young person informed at each stage and provides support and feedback where necessary.’

Heath advice for parents and carers

Part of Let’s Get Better, Healthier Together is a new is a website that provides consistent and high-quality advice from local health professionals on children and young people's health.

You'll find clear information on common childhood illnesses, including advice on what 'red-flag' signs to look out for, where to seek help if required and how long your child's symptoms are likely to last.

Healthier Together is a partnership project which continues to grow by putting children, young people and family’s needs at the heart of the website, into one easy to navigate place.

The information on the website is checked by clinicians and developed with experts.

Self-referral service if you are concerned your child has autism

Parents are now able to make a self-referral through the website if you have concerns your child may have autism.

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