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Family support

Children’s Mental Health Week.

Screenshot 2023 02 03 1000566 - 12 February 2023 is Children’s Mental Health Week.
The week is run by children’s mental health charity Place2Be to raise awareness of the importance of children and young people’s mental health.
This year’s theme is Let’s Connect.

pdf Children's Mental Health Week - tips for parents (125 KB)

Latest online parent workshops

Understanding Autism 03.10.22 420pxAll these workshops are intended for parents of children in primary school and year 7.

The Kent Emotional Wellbeing Teams' online workshops offer information around key topics to help understand what is going on for your child and strategies to support them, based on the latest evidence and practice.

pdf All workshop poster terms 3 & 4 (190 KB)

Winter mental health support guide for young people

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At this time of year, even if you are looking forward to the holiday
season it is still important to take time to look after yourself.
Sometimes, it can be hard to know where to go to get a little extra
help and support to look after your own physical and mental health.
The great news is, here in Kent there is lots of free support
available to you, to help you stay well.
This guide will help you to know what support is
available and how to get help when you need it.

Hardship help for families in Kent

boar drop shadow alpha trans 100pxPlease follow the link to a Hardship Help guide. Directory of Support for families experiencing hardship is produced on behalf of the Local Children’s Partnership Groups (LCPG) to make it easier for you to get the right support, at the right time, and in the right way.

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