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Kids Wellbeing

Here at Lync Kids we have a strong belief that the overriding message behind all of our services is that of the health and wellbeing of all children.

A child's wellbeing is a fundamental part of their emotional, mental, social, physical, environmental and spiritual development. A healthy and balanced lifestyle during this early stage is imperative for their personal wellbeing, achieving and maintaining growth as well as a holistic approach to life. 

Therefore, you'll find that our support to children, parents, schools and sports clubs doesn't stop at the provision of excellent coaching.  Everything we do is supported with the tools to enhance children's wellbeing.

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What is Wellbeing

Wellbeing is the state of being comfortable, healthy or happy.

Low wellbeing has been linked to ill health and mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. It can impact our relationships with family and friends and how we feel about and interact with the world around us.

Right now, young people aren’t getting the help they need. They can struggle to access support from overstretched public services. Those on waiting lists for therapy can wait months or even years to be seen which in our eyes simply isn't acceptable.

That's why we're striving to do all we can to support the wellbeing of young people.

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How we do this

We have a an extensive library of resources which we can make available as part of any of our packages. This could include posters, support guides, emails and links to childrens charities as well as social media messages. Topics which children will find support on include:

  • Social Interaction and Physical Activity

  • Rest, Sleep & Play

  • Sunlight & Fresh air

  • Attention & Praise

  • Shelter & Security

  • Food & Water

  • Health Care & Hygiene

  • Clothing

  • Love & Affection

  • Intellectual Stimulation

  • Consistency

  • Emotional Wellbeing (Support for children and parents)

  • Empathy

Get in touch to see how we can support your kids

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