Welcome to Day 3 of Scottish Children’s Health Week 2022. Today, our theme is #BeCalm Sometimes we can all struggle to manage our emotions. As part of our Self-Management Service Programmes, we talk a lot about the importance of relaxation and how to manage stress through different techniques and tips. So, let’s look together at […]
#BeBrave Tuesday – Let’s Be Brave with Super-Bear #SCHW22
Welcome to Day 2 of Scottish Children’s Health Week 2022! We came up with three #BeBrave Tuesday ideas for you to try which include drawing a brave character and getting inspired to be brave. Perhaps one of the bravest things you can do, if you are struggling with a health condition, is to find the […]
#BeActive Monday – Let’s Actively Learn about Children’s Health Rights!
Welcome to Day 1 of Scottish Children’s Health Week 2022. Today we are celebrating #BeActive Monday and the importance of using PLAY to learn about our health rights. We can all benefit from being active every day and getting involved in health-related play is a great way to do this. So, let’s have some fun […]
Why International Youth Day is important for us all
International Youth Day is the annual celebration of the importance of young people across the world, held this year on Friday 12th August 2022. Hosted by the United Nations, more specifically the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, International Youth Day aims to reduce the rifts that can be seen between age generations so that […]
Our voices should be heard is the plea of young people ahead of local council elections
With less than a week to go until Scotland’s local council elections, Children’s Health Scotland is proud to be part of a group of Scottish young people and organisations that have signed an open letter to council election candidates, calling for youth voices and concerns to be heard.