National network of young people which promotes youth rights as laid out in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
https://vimeo.com/126386968 The Young Parents Speak Out DVD was made with young parents in Tayside. It gives information to young parents on how to access healthcare for their children and shows them talking about their experiences both positive and ne Read more…
Pack for those working with children and young people primary 1 to secondary 6 to help them understand their healthcare rights and responsibilities. Includes animation DVD. Cost £40. Children and Young People’s Healthcare Rights (2 MB)
This provides information about what we do and what support, advice and information we can give to those caring for children and young people at times of illness. CHS_General_leaflet (162 KB)
EACH – European Association for Children in Hospital – is an international umbrella organisation open to European non-governmental, non-profit associations involved in the welfare of children in hospital and other healthcare services. In 1988 EACH memb Read more…
This A3 poster illustrates the ten rights of children in hospital and should be read in conjunction with the EACH Charter. View the EACH Poster (338 kB)
A5 booklet of the EACH Charter and Annotations. EACH Charter (8 MB)
HospiChill helps to prepare you for going into hospital. The APP has Tips and Tools to help you relax and loads of helpful exercises you can watch and listen to to keep you feeling calm
SCCYP promotes and safeguards the rights of children and young people living in Scotland.
Scottish Government guidance to help improve the experiences of disabled children, young people, and their families.
Guide to Engagement with Families, Participation in Practice – a practical toolkit guide to assist professionals and others to engage with users (parents, carers, children and young people). Participation Toolkit (3 MB) Guide to Engagement with Familie Read more…
An A7 pocket-sized booklet containing a young person’s version of the 10 healthcare rights of children and young people. Young People’s EACH charter (578 kB)
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