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BWC: Children and young people’s mental health

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This webinar will look at common mental health problems children and young people experience. We’ll explore the impact of some of the factors that can affect their mental health, like uncertainty and social media, and we’ll draw attention to a range of resources available to help you help your child.

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 This is an externally hosted event by the Bank Workers Charity through the Zoom platform. Accord is not responsible for this material.

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