A5 booklet of the EACH Charter and Annotations. EACH Charter (8 MB)
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. CHS_Coping_Needles_booklet (332 kB)
Tips on communication for young people with long term conditions and professionals working with them. CHS_Coping_with_Pain_booklet
Serviciul medicilor de familie (GP) pentru copii și tineri
Scottish Government guidance to help improve the experiences of disabled children, young people, and their families.
Tips on communication for young people with long term conditions and professionals working with them. Talking about my health condition (627 kB)
This provides useful information about visiting the GP with your child and answers questions you may have. The GP service for Children and Young People An audio version of this guide is available if you prefer: http://www.childrenshealthscotland.org/wp Read more…
This booklet will answer some of the questions families may have when a child goes to hospital. It aims to provide information to help them cope better with an unknown or worrying situation. What to expect when your child goes to hospital An audio vers 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)
This booklet aims to help young people prepare for a hospital visit and answer some of the questions they may have. It also points them to other sources of help and information. You can listen to this guide in MP3 format here: http://www.childrenshealt Read more…
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