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Are You Emotionally Abusing Someone?

1. Emotional Health and Wellbeing 2. Emotional Abuse  3. How Can I Help Myself Cope with Emotional Abuse 4. Are You Emotionally Abusing someone?  5. Information on Treatment and Support for Emotional Abuse   4.What Help Can I Get If I am the Abuser Realising…

Are You the Victim of Discrimination?

If somebody treats you differently because of your protected characteristic... Race/ethnicity Gender/gender identity Sexuality Religion Age Disability  Nationality/heritage  ...then you are being discriminated against, and this is never okay.  Whilst people are entitled to freedom of speech, the Equlity Act 2010 has guarenteed six situations…

Are You Worried About Someone's Eating?

1. Emotional Health and Wellbeing 2. Eating Concerns 3. How Can I Help Myself Cope with Eating Problems 4. Information on Treatment and Support for Eating Problems 5. Are You Worried About Somebody's Eating?  5. Worried About Someone Else If you are worried that someone you…

Ask SALL - Support services for settings

What is the SALL? The SEND Advice Line for Lincolnshire (SALL) is an early advice line targeted primarily at SENCOs to help and support meeting the needs of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) as early as possible, in the…

Baby and Toddler Vaccinations

The following vaccinations are routinely offered to everyone in the UK for free on the NHS.  Make sure you talk to your GP about the vaccinations your child should be getting as missing vaccinations can put your child at risk.   2 months 5-in-1 (DTaP/IPV/Hib)…

Baby's First Steps - Learning to Walk

Most babies take their first tentative steps around their first birthday, but the age range can vary dramatically from 9 to 18 months. It's important not to worry if your baby isn't up and walking the minute he/she turns one.  It's also worth noting that…

Baby's First Year - Development Timeline

A helpful guide to the milestones your baby will be reaching as they grow.   1 - 4 Weeks Loves looking at faces: Your new baby will be happy looking at people's faces and begin to recognise their parents. Startled by sudden noises: Baby will begin to…

Babysitting

How do you decide at what age and in what circumstances is it safe to leave your child alone or with a baby sitter? Although there is no legal minimum age for a child to be left alone, it is an offence to leave a…

Back to school: Are you ready?

Pre-school and nursery: "They can't possibly be old enough to be going to nursery" the thought that will cross your mind several times before their first sessions. The following points are suggestions, every child learns at their own pace but here are five recommended skills…

Back to School: Checklist

Use our checklist to make sure you've got the essentials, some schools may require specific equipment so always check what's required before shopping. (please note: this list is for primary and secondary so some items may not apply). Uniform: Sweatshirts/Cardigans/Jumpers (x2) Blazer Polo Shirts/Shirts/Blouses (x3/4)…
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