Support for Parents
Activities and Resources
Just One Thing
If time is tight, what's the one thing that you should be doing to improve your health and wellbeing? Ina series of 15-minute podcasts, Michael Mosley reveals scientifically proven top tips to change your life. They range from taking a nap to standing on one leg!
Click on this link to access the podcasts:
Information and Advice Support Services for Stockport
Stockport has a range of services that support, help and advice to families who have a child or young person with a disability.
Click on the image below for information from coffee mornings, parents groups, conferences, family support, newsletter, leisure activities, exhibitions and benefit checks, as well as information about support with education for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
The Emotional Wellbeing Hub for Stockport
The Hub offers support and advice to families and a central point of contact so families can discuss any concerns they may have about their child, from birth to 25 years old. Click on the image below to access the Hub.
Trusted Online Support Resources
Autism and wellbeing
The website Know Your Normal campaign aims to reduce the stigma around mental health and create resources for autistic young people to work out and understand what their normal is. Click here to access teh website:
Anxiety and School Avoidance
A Guide for Parents and Carers
The following free apps can be found on app stores:
- Calm Harm: This app has many functions that help to reduce the urge to self-harm.
- Catch It: This app helps you understand changes in your mood.
- Sleepio: This app helps if you struggle to fall asleep at night.
- Feeling Good: This app has a selection of audio tracks which help you feel better, lift your mood and recover from stress and anxiety.
- Think Ninja: This app teaches you how to stay in control of your emotions.
- Molehill Mountain: An app to help autistic people understand and self-manage anxiety