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Meningitis Home > Childhood Illnesses > Meningitis

Bed Wetting Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Toileting > Bed Wetting

Threadworm Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Toileting > Threadworm

Threadworms are small worms in poo which can cause itching around the bottom. Threadworms are common in children and can spread easily if not treated. You may notice your child itching and they may struggle to sleep at night because of it. Threadworms can be treated at home and children can still go to school if they have threadworm.Treating ThreadwormMedicine kills the threadworms, but not the eggs. Threadworm eggs can live up to two weeks outside the body. You will need to treat everyone

Preparing to Leave the Neonatal Unit Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Babies Needing Extra Care > Preparing to Leave the Neonatal Unit

both get some undisturbed sleep. This special time will help you both have the chance to bond with your. time and learning. Rooming In Safe Sleep & Reducing The Risk Of SIDs Make sure your baby has a safe place to sleep. This reduces the risk of SIDs (sudden infant death syndrome). This is important. should sleep on a firm, flat surface that is especially designed for babies. During your baby’s stay. should be placed on their back to sleep.  One of the most important ways to reduce the risk of SIDs

Separation Anxiety Home > Emotional Health > Children & Young Peoples Emotional Health > Separation Anxiety

Development In Pregnancy Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Developmental Stages > Development In Pregnancy

in to your movements  – often resting when you are busy and they are ‘rocked to sleep’. Then waking up

Development 0-6 Months Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Developmental Stages > Development 0-6 Months

they need. You can always say ‘he needs a change / feed / sleep' so no feelings are hurt. Personal

Physical Activity Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Physical Activity

An important way of keeping well physically and mentally is to be active. It releases ‘feel good’ hormones and improves confidence and social skills as well as helping us live longer healthier lives. Being active can improve sleep patterns and help with behaviour. If you have a child with additional needs and / or disabilities it is just as important that they can enjoy being active. It can sometimes take extra planning and support to find the activities that suit them. Dive Deeper

Coping With Stress Home > Emotional Health > Parental Emotional Health > Coping With Stress

not being able to sleep or sleeping too much. You get headaches and feeling ‘on edge’. Have tummy upsets

Parental Relationships Home > Emotional Health > Parental Emotional Health > Parental Relationships

the children, hold hands, have a cuddle before you go to sleep. Do jobs around the house together. to to bed at a regular time. Turn off screens an hour before sleep – the blue light gets in the way of sleep hormone production. Maybe you could have a chat instead? Try and get exercise every day. and helps produce ‘feel good hormones’. Helps you sleep better Will increase your energy level