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Infant crying can be so upsetting for parents, but it is normal and it WILL stop!

Infant crying can be so upsetting for parents, but it is normal and it WILL stop!   Babies start to cry more frequently from around two weeks of age and this usually peaks around two months – but we know that doesn’t make it easy to handle as a parent.   Follow NSPCC Northern Irelands […]

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National Walking Month

May is #NationalWalkingMonth and there’s no better time to put your best foot forward! The Walking for Health programme aims to encourage people to increase their level of physical activity by participating in local led health walks. The walks are a great way to meet new people and explore the outdoors! To find a walk […]

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Drugs and alcohol support services

Drugs and alcohol support services are available in your local area. If you or someone you know is affected by any drugs and alcohol issues, reach out and get help. Find out more at www.DrugsAndAlcoholNI.info

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Young Children’s Voices training

Save the Children UK are pleased to offer training on Young Children’s Voices, delivered by Save the Children UK in partnership with Professor Alison Clark, Professor of Early Childhood Education, and Starcatchers, Scotland’s arts and early years organisation. The training is free to attend for Save the Children staff and our valued partners and aims […]

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Supporting Children and Families living with Rare Diseases in NI

Supporting Children and Families living with Rare Diseases in NI Bringing parents, practitioners and decision makers together in The Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim Wednesday 15th May, 9.30am-1.30pm – Lunch included FREE half day conference is organised by Contact.   Do you care for or support a child with a rare condition? For full conference information and […]

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Anam Cara Online BIE May 2024

Bereavement Information Evening for bereaved parents. This event will take place online on 7th May at 7pm. Guest speaker is David Tricky. David is a UK based Consultant Clinical Psychologist, chartered by the British Psychological Society and registered with the Health & Care Professions Council. David has extensive clinical experience working with Parents and children, […]

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Gameon Event

Turning Point NI and Radius Housing are delighted to invite you and your organisation to take part in our Health and Wellbeing event on Saturday 8th June 2024 at Des Allen Suite, Ballymena Showgrounds. The event will be held alongside a 9-aside football tournament where lots of families will be in attendance; flyer attached. The health and well-being […]

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Taking Care of your Mental Health

Today marks World Maternal Mental Health Day. At the @NSPCC Northern Ireland, they understand that managing stresses and illness alongside being a parent or carer is a complicated part of life for many If you’re managing mental health issues, you might find you have mood swings or struggle with keeping routines such as mealtimes, bedtimes […]

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Do you have a child who’s unwell and are wondering if they should be in nursery or school?

Do you have a child who’s unwell and are wondering if they should be in nursery or school? Check out this handy guide to find out when they should stay off, and when they can go back if they are well enough to do so. Symptoms and severity of illness will vary from person to […]

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