Advice on worries about Support with keeping your Advice and support for
your family. child safe. water safety.
If you feel your child requires a Speech and Language drop in appointment, please call Wakefield Traded Services on 01977 465417. Here you will be given a 10 min phone consultation and a referral will be made from here if necessary.
Information about CAMHS and advice for Education catch up and mental health support.
supporting mental health.
Supporting young people's Wakefield's mental health and well being
mental health. support.
Supporting families who Various resource to
are experiencing school support your child with
Helping gender-diverse A learning resource about
children. children and young people's
If you want to make a self-referral to CAMHS, you can phone the Single Point of Access team on : 01977 735865
Advice on various aspects of online safety. Tips and resources to help keep your
child safe online.
Keeping your child safe online News and articles about Check the age rating for
and what to do if you have internet safety. games your child plays,
concerns. as well as books and films too!
These two websites have help and advice and about various online safety issues as well as keeping parents up to date on all the latest apps/games and how to keep your child safe whilst playing them.
A useful website where you can Get ready for a digital Get a free copy of Digital report content that you festive season. Parenting Magazine. think is harmful for review.
Information about Wakefield Help and support about how your relationships
Early Help Offer. affect your child.
Supporting the UK's most Help when you have
vulnerable families. concerns about your child.
Support with domestic abuse. Support for families who have children with SEND.
Easy Street is the new West Yorkshire Police burglary advice campaign. The campaign has been developed to encourage you to think about the importance of reviewing home security and what makes certain properties better targets than others.
Sexual Abuse in Schools
A new NSPCC dedicated helpline will provide support and guidance to any victims of sexual abuse in schools. This includes how to contact the police and report crimes if you wish.
Young people and adults can contact the NSPCC helpline on 0800 136 663.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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