Advice and Support for Parents, Carers and Children
Non-urgent advice: NSPCC Helpline for parents who work for the NHS
Helpline counsellors are available by phone: 0808 800 5000 or email: [email protected] for advice, including any safeguarding concerns for a child. The helpline is also available to those who would like to talk through, or be passed on to agencies for further assessment and action.
You can also read more about Mental health parenting for information about:
– COVID-19 advice and support for parents and carers
– talking to a child worried about coronavirus
– lockdown and separated parents
– online safety and children with special educational needs and disabilities
Non-urgent advice: Help for children
Sometimes children worry about their parents or family members and might need someone to talk to.
Childline provides advice as well as services and support for people affected by mental illness and their friends and families.
They can talk to Childline online or by calling 0800 1111 at any time 24/7.
Here on People.nhs.uk
Advice to help you home school while working – This Girl is on Fire
A whole range of support for working parents – Working Families
REMEMBER – You are doing the best you can in a challenging time. Keep being kind to yourself, and cut yourself some slack. Take time to relax and don’t neglect your physical and mental wellbeing.