A book about autism/ASD
Introduction to death and the gifts and memories left behind.
End of project report on pilot carried out in NHS Forth Valley which provided specialist play input in a community or home setting to children and young people receiving specialist treatment at tertiary centres. Community Play Project Report (987 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…
HeadSpace is a guide to health and happiness. It is a personal meditation guide, right in your pocket that teaches how to learn to meditate and live mindfully.
For many years Children’s Health Scotland has promoted play as a way to help children cope with trauma and distressing experiences and so we developed a Health-related Play Box resource which can be used to prepare children for a visit to the hospital. Read more…
Information about useful organisations and websites, health information advice for young parents. Although focused on Tayside, it is relevant for all young parents. An audio version of this Guide is available. Listen to ‘Help in Tayside for You and You Read more…
Information for parents and carers to help them support their children with anxiety or fear around immunisation injections and injections provided as part of medical treatment. COPING WITH NEEDLES GUIDE
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
a book about autism
MindEd is a free educational resource on children and young people’s mental health for all adults.
Mindroom is a Scottish charity dedicated to creating and raising awareness of learning difficulties as well as providing direct help and support for children and adults with learning difficulties and their families.
A Guide to the Participation of Children and Young People in Health Services. Not just a phase (2 MB)
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