When families, parents or young people are worried about health and wellbeing issues a first approach might be to speak to your GP, Health Visitor, School Nurse, Public Health Nurse or Community Midwife.
There are a number of advice websites and information sheets provided by the NHS on issues such as:
- Healthy weight (from babies to young people)
- Contraception and advice in Gloucestershire
- Looking after a baby or toddler (including sleep patterns; crying; eating; weight; coping)
- Sexual health
- Mental health
- Bullying (including cyber bullying)
There is a lot of information available on being healthy for the whole family, including a website for young people.