Walk the Talk is an initiative led by NHS Health Scotland designed to help health professionals make health services more youth-friendly.
Explaining death to young children.
WellChild is the national UK children’s charity making it possible for children and young people with exceptional health needs to be cared for at home.
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…
Who Cares? Scotland is a voluntary organisation working with and for children & young people in care providing a range of services to children & young people with experience of being looked after in Scotland including: advocacy, advice, informa 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…
Information & opportunities for young people in Scotland.
Voluntary Sector Forum for children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Modules on health issues e.g. diabetes, sexual health etc. Shared experiences.
Website about young peoples’ mental health aimed at helping children who suffer from these issues as well as their families and teachers.
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