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Learning Objectives To understand that everyone has worries and problems To find out who you can ask for help To find out about ways to stay healthy. What do children worry about? Write some ideas here. Worries and Problems. What do children worry about?.

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  • Learning Objectives

    • To understand that everyone has worries and problems

    • To find out who you can ask for help

    • To find out about ways to stay healthy


What do children worry about?

Write some ideas here

Worries and Problems


What do children worry about?

Some people think that if they ask for help about their worry or problem people will laugh

Write an example here

Many people think they are the only person with a worry or problem

Some people think that no-one can help with their worry or problem.



  • Jack and Paddy’s story

    • Jack and Paddy are two boys that share a similar problem – listen to their story

    • Optional link to film clip http://www.eric.org.uk/





Jack and Paddy are not alone, they have help from others:

  • Bedwetting can happen to children of all ages. It is more common in young children, although some teenagers (between one in 50 and one in 100) still wet the bed

  • Both boys and girls can wet the bed

  • It is hard for most people to talk about bedwetting, so children who wet the bed often feel alone and bad about it

  • Some children who wet miss out on things such as trips and staying over at their friend’s houses. Some of them might be bullied at school

  • If they wet the bed, it’s not their fault

  • There are three main reasons why children wet the bed:

    • They can’t wake up at night when they need to go to the toilet

    • Some children carry on making a lot of urine (wee) at night and it is too much to hold onto until morning

    • For some children, their bladder (the place where wee is stored until we go to the toilet) can only hold small amounts and gets rid of the wee before it is full up.


Jack and Paddy are not alone, they could: - place a tick next to the right advice


Children like Paddy and Jack

can get help from





What advice can you give these children, how could they stay safe and

healthy?

Child 1 could ask…


Staying healthy – safe and place a tick next to the advice that will help all children stay healthy


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