Children and Young People

When Should I Worry?

‘When Should I Worry?’ is a booklet developed by researchers at Cardiff University.

It provides information for parents about the management of respiratory tract infections (coughs, colds, sore throats, and ear aches) in children, and has been designed to be used in primary care consultations.

Website: www.whenshouldiworry.com

Children's Centres in Lambeth

Children’s centres provide advice and support for parents and carers. Their services are available to you from pregnancy right through to when your child goes into reception class at primary school.

Website: www.lambeth.gov.uk

Children's Centres in Southwark

Children’s centres provide advice and support for parents and carers. Their services are available to you from pregnancy right through to when your child goes into reception class at primary school.

Website: www.southwark.gov.uk

Infectious Illnesses in Children

Use this visual guide to help you identify common conditions and illnesses that may affect your child. Includes conditions such as measles, Mumps and chicken pox.

Website: www.nhs.uk

The Well Centre - Teenage Health

The Well Centre is an informal and welcoming space in which young people can feel comfortable. We work towards meeting the healthcare needs of young people aged 13-20 across Lambeth and the rest of London.

Telephone: 0208 473 1581

Website: www.thewellcentre.org

Childline

You can talk to us about anything. No problem is too big or too small.

However you choose to contact us, you’re in control. It’s confidential and you don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to.

Telephone0800 1111

Ready Steady Go

Ready Steady Go! is a free healthy lifestyle service.

We provide fun family programmes to help children and parent or carers improve their health and wellbeing. We support your family in achieving and maintaining a healthy weight.

Website: www.lambeth.gov.uk

Vaccination planner

One of the best ways to protect your baby against diseases like measles, rubella, tetanus and meningitis is through immunisation. Your baby needs their first injections at eight weeks, then 12 weeks, 16 weeks and one year.

Website: www.nhs.uk