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  1. Carers Strategy 2021-24

    Between 2019 to 2020 we spoke to over 500 carers to understand more about how we could improve carers support services in Newham. Using this feedback, and in partnership with our partners across Health and the Voluntary & Community Sector we have developed a new,…
  2. Cerebral Palsy

    Cerebral palsy is a physical condition that affects muscle control and movement. It is usually caused by an injury to the brain before, during or after birth but there may be no obvious single reason. Cerebral palsy is usually diagnosed at birth or in early…
  3. Chickenpox & measles

    Chickenpox Chickenpox is a mild and common childhood illness. It causes a rash of red, itchy spots that turn into fluid-filled blisters, which then crust over to form scabs, which eventually drop off. Some children have only a few spots, while others can have spots…
  4. Child Sexual Exploitation

    Child exploitation is where children and young people are encouraged, trapped, forced or persuaded to carry out acts for the benefit of a person or a group of people (this can be organised criminal groups or gangs). It usually involves the child/young person receiving something…
  5. Childhood illnesses

    Most of the common illnesses your child may develop are a natural part of growing up. If your baby is younger than 6 months old, it is important to remember that they may be affected differently by common illnesses compared to older children. The advice…
  6. Children and Young People Activities

    On this page you can find out about Children, Young People and Early Years Activities. City Cycling Hub BMX sessions Do you want to ride faster, learn how to do a wheelie or be a future Olympic champion? Come and join British Cycling for a…
  7. Children rights and advocacy service

      "Giving children and young people of Newham a voice" Children’s Rights Service Children looked after, care leavers, children and young people on child protection plans and young people ages 16/17 and are in need of accommodation, can access an advocate via the Children’s Rights…

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