United against bullying

If you have children or grandchildren or work with young people, you will almost certainly have heard of Anti-Bullying Week (ABW).  The annual event is spearheaded by the Anti Bullying Alliance, part of Childlife member charity, the National Children’s Bureau.

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Living with episodic ataxia

Having been diagnosed as a toddler with episodic ataxia, which affects people in bouts or attacks of unsteadiness lasting hours or days, Mum Ceri, says Jade has gradually learnt to adapt to living with ataxia.

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A happy environment

Haniya and her family are supported by Acorns Children’s Hospice, and though Mum Shabana was initially hesitant, feeling it might not be right for her, now it’s a favourite place to go and Haniya always has a smile on her face.

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Online signing success

At the beginning of the pandemic, the National Deaf Children’s Society had to quickly adapt to a new environment and move much of their support online – ensuring families were still able to communicate with their deaf child was a priority.

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