If you're worried about your child's development or wellbeing and you think they need extra support, speak to their GP, health visitor, school nurse, teacher or reception worker first. To find more advice and local services that can support you, visit NHS - Children and Young People services.
NSPCC has created a resource for parents who have to also manage working from home.
Family Lives was formed over forty years ago by volunteers, with the aim of ensuring that all parents had somewhere to turn before they reached crisis point.
The Anna Freud centre has excellent resources, research and articles that are evidence-based. This charity focuses on trying to support families and their children, with or without a mental health diagnosis.
Place2Be have a page on supporting your child's mental health with tips services to contact, as well as information about Children's Mental Health week.
Useful information on managing home schooling and working
Updated on: 21/04/2022