Covid-19

Domestic Abuse, Make yourself heard Click here

Child Abuse Help Line and Secure Messaging click here

Animated video for young children explaining the virus: Click here

Coronavirus: Chris and Xand have what you need to know – CBBC Newsround explaining the virus to children: Click here

Domestic Abuse Hereford Leaflet Click here

All you need to know from day to day  Click here

 https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/ Click here

NSPPC Help line Click herehelp@nspcc.org.uk

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/

Martin Lewis the money man, has great tips and help for lockdown Click here

Keeping children safe during lockdown

With the pressures on the NHS, many parents are worried about a trip to A&E with their child.

With home being an accident hotspot for younger children, it’s good to know there are small things you can do that make a big difference.

If you put these things high up out of harm’s way (and curious little hands), you are winning when it comes to keeping your child safe:

Hot things like drinks and hair straighteners or wands – decide where your safe spots are that you can put hot things down out of reach.

Cleaning things – we’ve never been so clean, but make sure it’s all stored safely away.

Button batteries – they can do a lot of harm to a child’s insides if swallowed, so check products, spares and flats and put them out of reach.

Keep in touch for more safety tips www.facebook.com/ChildAccidentPreventionTrust