Support for families with children
Health Visitors - your own local Mull health visitors and school nurses are here to help as usual - 01688 302309
Home Start - for families with young children who would like some help. Although home visits have been put on hold support is still available by phone and video. If you or someone you know is feeling a bit low or isolated, please call Karen on 07717 527 035.
Childline 0800 1111
Young Scot's Aye Feel campaign has information for young adults from 11- 26 years old about how to look after emotional wellbeing, support from organisations around Scotland, and tips on how to promote a positive mindset.
Check out the #AyeFeel tag on social media for the latest updates.
Children's Mental Health week
Place2Be have compiled a range of resources to help you and your children to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. Express Yourself is about finding a way to show who you are, and how you see the world, that can help you feel good about yourself.
If your child is unwell...
Whilst it is important to follow Government advice and stay at home, parents and carers should still contact their GP, NHS 24 (111) or 999 if you are worried about your child.
Clear Your Head
Daily life has changed for all of us, and it can feel worrying, lonely and uncertain. It's OK not to feel yourself. Healthier Scotland has some great tips to help you Clear Your Head and connect with others.
National advice lines
Parent Club How to keep your family safe from infection, talk to children about coronavirus; and tips to manage your time at home with your children.
If you need someone to talk to, call Parentline Scotland on 08000 28 22 33
NSPCC Tips and advice, whether you're working from home with your kids for the first time or supporting children with anxiety due to coronavirus.
If you have a child safeguarding concern, contact Children 1st on 0131 446 2300
Whilst it is important to follow guidelines to stay at home, parents and carers should still contact their GP, NHS 24 (111) or 999 if you are worried about your child.