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Online Learning

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New online learning to help parents, families, carers and professionals feel more confident when looking after children and young people. Learning is split up into 6 sections:

  • Understanding pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby
  • Understanding your baby
  • Understanding your child
  • Understanding your child with additional needs
  • Understanding your teenager's brain.
  • Understanding your brain (for teenagers only!)
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  • RT @NorfolkLibs: Do you know a young person struggling with anxiety, stress or experiencing difficulties like bullying and exams? Our #Sh… NorfolkCYP / 26 February 2021
  • We have resources to help both families and schools going back to school in March. It’s ok not to be ok. Find out m… https://t.co/90tgkxoQAe NorfolkCYP / 25 February 2021
  • RT @ccs_nhst: 👀Check out this praise for our fab @NorfolkCYP staff - well done team! 👏👏👏 💙💙💙 #CCSFeedback #ThankfulThursday #ThursdayThough… NorfolkCYP / 25 February 2021
  • @Jess73625860 Of course, just link through to https://t.co/2HHJNVBx8P 😊 Thank you 👍 NorfolkCYP / 25 February 2021
  • RT @ccs_nhst: The Prime Minister announced this week that all schools in England will reopen on 8 March & #EveryMindMatters has some top ti… NorfolkCYP / 24 February 2021
  • @FraminghamEarl Thank you for sharing 👍💫 NorfolkCYP / 24 February 2021
  • RT @NorfolkCC: Our webinar for parents this Thursday ⏰ will aim to help you support your child by talking, creating structures and routines… NorfolkCYP / 24 February 2021
  • RT @PotterMolly: Ten different ideas for supporting children with the transition back to school. I wrote them for parents and carers but th… NorfolkCYP / 24 February 2021
  • For more information about eating well in pregnancy CLICK HERE: https://t.co/hRg5hXUUfZ #NorfolkCan #J1NPE https://t.co/voXG03EUps NorfolkCYP / 23 February 2021
  • 📱Things can still feel a bit worrying at the moment, any 11-19 year olds in Norfolk can text #Chathealth for advice… https://t.co/j4US28lOGe NorfolkCYP / 23 February 2021

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