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NSPCC 49m
Right now, parents are struggling with their mental health during pregnancy & after the birth of their child. But getting the right support at the right time isn't guaranteed. We want all parents to get the help they deserve. Let's Fight for a :
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NSPCC 2h
It can be hard to keep up with the digital world & what your child is doing online. It's important you have regular conversations about what they're doing online & who they might be talking to so you can help keep them safe. For more info & advice, visit:
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NSPCC 3h
Did you know up to 1 in 5 mums & 1 in 10 dads struggle with their mental health during pregnancy & after birth? That's why we want all parents to receive the support they need, so their babies get the best start in life. Join us & fight for a :
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NSPCC 7h
Replying to @CowensGroupUK @CR_UK
Thanks so much for your support and good luck :)
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NSPCC 18h
If a child is being abused, they might find it difficult communicating what's happening to them, or understand that it is abuse. We believe should be free from abuse and we work every day to make that happen. Will you join us?
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NSPCC 22h
What game can your kids not put down at the moment? We've got our top tips to help you keep them safe when they're online gaming:
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NSPCC 24h
Replying to @anishaghosal1
NSPCC Reference: A-1499454 Hello, please could you share the link to the video so we are able to share this with the police. Please reply to this message with the above reference number and the link. Kind regards, Jade O’Callaghan, NSPCC Helpline Practitioner
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NSPCC 24h
Replying to @NicoVlaeminck1
Brilliant - thanks so much for your support!
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NSPCC 24h
We want to break the stigma associated with mental health issues and let boys know it's OK not to be OK. If you think someone is struggling to cope, remind them that is always here for guidance and support on 0800 1111.
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NSPCC Jul 18
"Brilliant - thanks so much for your support!
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NSPCC Jul 18
Replying to @JSDanceAcademy
Hi Jo, we do currently have fundraisers in the area this week. If you have any further queries, please email supportercare@nspcc.org.uk. Thanks
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NSPCC Jul 18
Replying to @DrewStallcop
Hi Drew, we do have fundraisers in that area this week as part of our door to door fundraising campaign. If you have any further queries, please email supportercare@nspcc.org.uk Thanks
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NSPCC Jul 18
Replying to @Whitestone_Sch
"Brilliant - thanks so much for your support!
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NSPCC Jul 18
Whether you create a stir, play your part or squelch your way to glory, join 1000's of NSPCC supporters who are doing all sorts to fundraise & help protect children. Sign up today & we'll send you tips, ideas & materials to make your own event a success!
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NSPCC Jul 18
Talking PANTS is as easy as teaching children to cross the road. You'll be singing the song together for weeks and it ultimately helping keep them safe from sexual abuse. To find out more, visit:
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NSPCC Jul 18
Replying to @anishaghosal1
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NSPCC Jul 17
Replying to @andrewhawnt
We’re sorry to hear about your experience – it's never our intention to upset anyone and we take these kind of reports seriously. If you email supportercare@nspcc.org.uk, someone can look into this.
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NSPCC Jul 17
We know that if a child or young person suffers abuse, it can have a long-lasting impact. So recovery can be a difficult journey of ups and downs. That's why is here, so that young people can get support whenever they need it.
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NSPCC Jul 17
Social media is an amazing way for young people to connect when they're away from friends. But if your child is being bullied, it can mean the bullying follows them. That's why is available 24/7 to listen and support whenever they need it.
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NSPCC Jul 17
is a space where children who have been sexually abused can access all the services they need under one roof. It's a transformative partnership and we're proud to be a part of it. Find out more:
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