Helps children cope with death of someone important in their lives
This reports on a one year survey into what preparation is carried out for children and young people undergoing surgical dental treatment in hospital. Child Dental Surgical Services in Scotland report (108 kB)
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)
The Network aims to strengthen and develop specialist services for children with complex and exceptional healthcare needs in Scotland. The group of children and young people this network is aimed at is defined by their complexity of healthcare, rather Read more…
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)
CHAS is a charity that provides the only hospice services in Scotland for children and young people who have life-shortening conditions for which there is no known cure.
A national charity that runs local projects, helping children and young people when they are at their most vulnerable.
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)
Supports families caring for children affected by disability. Offers information on specific conditions and rare disorders.
Cruse Scotland offers support to people who have experienced the loss of someone close. Includes contact details of teams throughout Scotland.
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