Support for Parenting Teenagers
The parent/child relationship is the foundation to keeping children safe and supporting their social development and educational attainment.
Parenting can be a challenging task. Maintaining a positive relationship can sometimes be difficult as children grow and develop and seek an identity that may be different from their own family.
INTERACTIVE WEB TOOL
An Interactive website to support young people with autism and their parents with understanding extremism, radicalisation and the particular vulnerabilities of children with SEN
Speak with counsellors online and find practical guides for relevant issues.
THE CHILDREN’S SOCIETY
Signs of risky behaviour and where to get help if you are worried about your teenager. If your teenager shows one of these signs in isolation there may not be cause to worry. But the more signs you identify the greater the risk that something is seriously wrong.
Areas of advice include:
- Being groomed or sexually exploited (sometimes called child sexual exploitation or CSE)
- Online grooming
- Depression or anxiety
Supporting children with learning difficulties
Information about the support your child can get and how you can get it:
Supporting your Child through exams
Supporting your child at University
Talking to your teenager