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Bank Workers Charity: Children and young people’s mental health

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The last 2 years has been a difficult time for children’s mental health. The pandemic brought 3 lockdowns, social isolation and levels of uncertainty that few children have ever before experienced.

We've teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar that looks common mental health problems and their prevalence among children and young people. We will also be exploring some of the signs and factors involved that can affect mental health, like uncertainty and social media, and we will be drawing attention to some of the resources available to help children and the parents supporting them.

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 This event was hosted by Accord through the Teams platform. Watch the webinar recording below.

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