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Huddl provides a platform for parents to access up-to-date expert advice, so that we can help our children with the pressures of growing up. 

What we believe:

Across the UK, there’s a growing concern about the well-being of children. Pressured by exams, their peers, social media and other factors, children are feeling the strain: the latest research shows that 1 in 10 of 5-16 year olds have a diagnosable mental health problem.

The good news is that healthcare professionals are working together to try and prevent such illness occurring and to develop better coping strategies if they do.

 

Support is often provided for teachers, and others involved in education, and increasing number of schools are giving their pupils a greater understanding of mental health but the Parent body is often forgotten and left behind.

 

Parents now know that mental health problems in children can be as serious and life changing as physical illnesses.

As Parents we wanted to know and do more to help our children flourish. Every family has a unique journey and will need different tools along the way. Huddl provides a platform with easy access to up-to-date expert advice so that we can help our children with the pressures of growing up.

 

Huddl Parent Talks are the start, with future plans to include Huddl Communities to continue discussions and support one another when problems arise.

 

Who we are:

 

Huddl, a social business, was co-founded by Katie Lawson, a Suffolk mum who wanted to know more.

We are really excited about the support and interest Huddl has received. Over the next few years we want to build a Huddl community full of compassion and learning, we would love you to come #jointhehuddl .

 

 

 

 

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