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Bed Wetting Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Toileting > Bed Wetting

sleeping. Making too much wee at night. Stress at home or at school. Bedwetting may also be caused

Threadworm Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Toileting > Threadworm

Threadworms are small worms in poo which can cause itching around the bottom. Threadworms are common in children and can spread easily if not treated. You may notice your child itching and they may struggle to sleep at night because of it. Threadworms can be treated at home and children can still go to school if they have threadworm.Treating ThreadwormMedicine kills the threadworms, but not the eggs. Threadworm eggs can live up to two weeks outside the body. You will need to treat everyone

Caring For Yourself Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Caring For Yourself

with things such as cooking a meal, doing a school run, keeping you company at an appointment.  Let your GP

Supporting Siblings Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Supporting Siblings

and manage better when they have the right information. Keep your child’s school updated with what

What is an Additional Need? Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > What is an Additional Need?

or school, talk to them about any concerns you may have, they can reassure you and / or help you find. a professional team of qualified counsellors. If your child attends school or an early years

Sleep Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Sleep

who could help out sometimes? Take any chance to nap. If your child is at school, nursery or has.. If your child attends school or an early years setting, talk to them about any concerns you may have

Toileting Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Toileting

counsellors. If your child attends school or an early years setting, talk to them about any concerns

Transition Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Transition

Transition is the word we use to describe moving from something familiar to something different. Changes happen for us all throughout life. Big changes happen for our children and young people when they start nursery, school or college, or have change in the team that provides support. take time to get used to somewhere new. If you are worried talk to the school or setting, or talk. additional needs, it is very important to communicate with your child’s school. You and your child

Physical Activity Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Physical Activity

with nursery and school too. Look for local activity and sports groups – get in touch and explain your child’s.. If your child attends school or an early years setting, talk to them about any concerns you may have

Growing Up with Additional Needs Home > Child Development & Additional Needs > Additional Needs > Growing Up with Additional Needs

and / or disability. The Support We Offer Which Nursery Or School? Health services and Norfolk County. that Norfolk County Council know that your child may need extra support once they start school. Setting or School This is a big decision. When your child has an additional need or disability. other families with children, ask them about their experience of choosing a school or nursery. Talk. school experience, so that you can share this with nursery or school. What Next? Once you have chosen