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If you're having sleep problems, there are simple steps you can take to ease those restless nights. Find out how to get to sleep and how to sleep better.
Most people experience problems with sleep in their life. In fact, it's thought that a third of Brits will have episodes of insomnia at some point. This short test from Sleepio will give you a 'sleep score' plus practical tips and advice for improving your sleep.
Sleep, recommended guidelines for children
Information to help you understand and support children and young people’s speech, language and communication.
Four films entitled ‘through the eyes of a child’ for parents of children between birth and 3 years. The Communication Trust films are full of useful advice on how parents can encourage their child to talk and interact with them:
Toilet training, wetting and soiling information, support and advice for all ages.
Information from common childhood illnesses, health promotion and family wellbeing, through to serious illnesses – what to look for and expect, how to manage, and when to seek help.
Advice and support on managing behaviours in children and teenagers, common behavioural habits and difficulties, with explanations to why these behaviours often occur.
The Children’s Learning Disability Health Team offers a specialist community based service for children with a learning disability within Torbay.
Choosing someone to look after your child when you return to work or training is one of the most important decisions you can make. Discover how PACEY is here to help and support you in that choice.
Parent power. Find resources to support your child’s personal development.
Sleep explained. We answer your questions on everything from bedtime and naps to the stuff that keeps us all awake.
Support for families and expert advice on safer sleep for babies and emotional support for bereaved families.
Find out about breastfeeding rates in the UK and our work to improve them.