Being an advocate means speaking up for your child. You might need to advocate if your child isn’t able to speak for himself.
A good family GP understands the importance of getting to know you and your children. Here’s how to find the right GP for your family.
Children and teens have various concerns about going to hospital, depending on age and development. Here are common concerns about hospital and how to help.
When kids are sick, you just want to help them feel better. But it can be hard to know what medications to give children and when. Our guide explains.
Teenagers need to start seeing the family GP by themselves, so they can develop health independence. Here’s how you can support this change for your child.
As your child gets older, he can begin to use the health care system on his own. Find out about teenage health care rights and responsibilities.
Is your child going to hospital? Our practical and informative guide helps you plan ahead and prepare children and teenagers for short hospital stays.
Going to hospital can be challenging for children and teens. But you can make it easier with our practical ideas for managing your child’s hospital stay.