Helpful Tips and Advice
Bedwetting is common in young children but gets less common as they get older. Bedwetting is only really a problem if it starts to bother the children or parents. For help and advice you can visit the websites below. We have also downloaded this leaflet from eric.org.uk which you may find useful.
Most parents start to think about potty training when their children are between 2 and 2 and a half, but there is no perfect time and each child is different. It can be a difficult skill to learn. We have downloaded this leaflet from eric.org.uk which you may find useful. You could also try visiting the sites below for more advice.
Irregular sleeping habits can be difficult to deal with. Children between 4-8years need on average about 11hours sleep per night. A regular routine can be the key for a healthy nights sleep. For more tips such as removing screens for bedrooms, relaxation techniques and starting a sleep diary visit the pages below which may help.
Its natural for parents to worry if their children start to lose interest in food. Most children do grow out of this stage but if you are worried and would like some advice have a look at the websites we found below.
Some useful websites for the treatment of head lice are below.
Threadworms are very common amongst school aged children. They can cause itching and discomfort. For help and advice about threadworms click on the following links.
Symptoms and advice about sepsis.
Firework and Bonfire Safety
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