Top 5 tips by dads, for dads, on looking after mental health17 June 2016, Cal Strode
Dads working at the Mental Health Foundation give tips to other dads for looking after their mental health.
Preventing suicide and poor mental health in new mums11 December 2015, Rachel Gregory
A recent study by The Confidential Enquiry into Maternal Deaths, based at the University of Oxford, found that ‘around half of suicides by women while pregnant or after giving birth could be prevented by better standards of care’. Rachel Gregory, Project Manager of Mums in Babies in Mind, a partnership between the Maternal Mental Health Alliance and the Mental Health Foundation, comments.
Babies in Mind
Our early intervention project in Sutton aims to support families through pregnancy and the early years of childhood.
Alexa's Story: Managing anger and learning parenting skills
Alexa attends our Young Mums support group.
Rachel's story: Learning confidence in my parenting skills
Rachel is a stay-at-home single mum, with two young children: Jake and Evan.
Parents and mental health
Learn about parents and mental health. Find out how ill health can affect parenting and their children and what can be done to protect children and young people's mental health.
Building Great Britons26 February 2015, Paula Lavis
We need to provide upstream interventions which promote mental health and wellbeing for children and young people.
Dental care, sight tests and prescriptions are no longer automatically free for people with severe impairments16 February 2015, Guest Blogger
We have recently discovered that dental care, sight tests and prescriptions are no longer automatically free for those people with the most severe impairments under the new benefit system.
A Parentâs Perspective11 June 2014, Guest Blogger
Christine Anderson, mum to 11 year old twins Christopher and Jessica, talks abotu the range of equipment and adaptations used by Christopher and the effect it's had her and her family's life