Links and Downloads

Below are some links and downloads you may find useful. If you would like your website to be added to this list or you have a document / file you want to be available for download please contact us.

  • Links

  • Downloads

    • Young Carers Guide to Conditions

      This guide is aimed at Young Carers to provide them with information about the health conditions of the person that they care for and the help that is available for their family. It also provides information about their own health and well-being

    • After Someone dies

      After Someone dies

      Download the RD4 U booklet called after someone dies for information on coping with the loss of a loved one. 

    • What does it mean?

      What does it mean?

      Created by BUPA, this booklet explains what cancer is and explores some common worries and feelings that children may have - reassuring them that however they react, it's ok

    • Visiting Hospital

      Visiting Hospital

      Created by BUPA this booklet explaines the types of treatment  in clear language, and you meet some of the health professionals who are doing everything they can to help people with cancer get better.

    • Support and Advice if you have a brother or sister with a disability

      Support and Advice if you have a brother or sister with a disability

      Having a brother or sister with a disability can be tough at times but also really rewarding. There are many people like you so it's important to remember you are not alone. This leaflet aims to give you some information and advice to help and support you.

       

    • Support and advice if you have a parent with a disability or illness

      Support and advice if you have a parent with a disability or illness

      Having a parent with a disability can be tough at times but also really rewarding.
      There are many people like you so it's important to remember you are not you are not alone.

      This leaflet aims to give you some information and advice to help and support you.

    • MHNE - New newsletter

      The first newsletter by Reach Out North East, Mental Health North East's young people and mental health steering group. All members of the group are either at school, college or in employment and we have been hugely impressed with their hard work; as you will see the group has created cartoons and pseudonyms to remain anonymous.

       

      The newsletter, aimed at young people aged 11-16, contains details of support services, case studies, news and more.

    • Mummy is Poorly

      Mummy is Poorly is a children's story about a little girl whose mother has mental health difficulties.