Being a parent can be incredibly rewarding. Sometimes though, you may find yourself facing new situations and challenges as your child grows and develops.
You may find the following resources useful:
Eldwick Primary School Information:
Wellbeing and Emotional Support
|A peer to peer support group for men.
|AWC provides a range of talking therapies and can help with issues such as; current and/or past abuse(s), depression, stress, mental ill health, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, panic attacks, difficult changes and transitions, low confidence / self-esteem, self-harm, relationship difficulties, work problems, inability to cope and other issues leading to harm and/or distress to the individual and those around them.
|Men's Advice Line
The Helpline for male victims of domestic abuse
The website of the mental health charity with useful advice, support and information:
A domestic abuse charity for men, women and children.
Understanding Childhood has a series of leaflets written by experienced
Women’s Aid is a grassroots federation working together to provide life-saving services in England and build a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated.
|Support website for children and adolescents working towards strengthening young people's resilience and mental health.
Keeping Children Safe Online
|A useful website to give parents and carers common sense information about games, films and apps
|NSPCC - Netaware
Good advice on keeping your child safe online.
|Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.
|Change 4 Life
|A great website packed with information and advice about keeping your family healthy and happy.
Children's continence charity offering advice and support around toileting:
Friendly, confidentiality drugs advice. An informative website for any drugs-related issue or query.
A useful webpage with good advice regarding children's sleep
|A great booklet with good advice and information.
A very useful website with lots of parenting and family advice:
|Key Stages in your child’s emotional development
From birth to adulthood: A very informative booklet that explains the key emotional development stages from birth to adulthood.
(Produced by The Child Psychotherapy Trust)
|Kids in the Middle
|A very useful booklet to support children who's parents are going through separation or divorce
NSPCC - has a wealth of support leaflets and advice:
Better behaviour - A practical guide to positive parenting
Keeping cool - Advice for parents on managing stress and anger
Listening to children - improving communication with your child
Home alone - Advice and support for parents around leaving your child
Out alone - Out with you, out alone, or taking part in activities