Parents and carers information
Are you struggling with potty training, breast feeding
or temper tantrums?
Most Sefton Libraries have a collection of books aimed at
parents who need help with everyday issues, such as;
- children's health
- feeding toddlers
- children's play and development
- sleep problems
Look for these books on the 'parenting' shelves in the
Online help and information
Parents and carers are welcome to use the People's Network
computers to access the internet. You need to be a library
member as your ticket number is required to log on. These
computers are in all libraries
and are free to use for the first 30
minutes, thereafter a charge of 50p will be levied for each
subsequent 30 minute period.
There is a charge for printing.
You can also access the free 24/7 Enquire
service if you want to ask a librarian a question.
We think you may find the following links useful;
An independent national charity which encourages people of all
ages and cultures to discover and enjoy reading.
Children and Family Care
Sefton's Children, Schools and Family Personal Service
aims to provide services to promote and safeguard
the welfare of children. Use this link for information on:
- adoption and fostering
- child care
- children's centres
- child protection
- domestic violence
- family support
- fostering , adopting and looked after children
- Safeguarding children
- Sefton No Limits
National Childbirth Trust
Help and advice about childbirth, breastfeeding and parenting.
National Women's Register
Women's discussion groups - take a break from talking about house
and home, and make new friends.
Netmums is a unique local network for Mums (or Dads), offering a
wealth of information on both a national and local level.
This charity website will offer support to anyone parenting a
child, step parents, grand parents and foster carers. It has a free
helpline and courses for parents.
A magazine-style website, offering information, entertainment, help
and support for parents.
A website offering support and advice to working parents.
Last Updated on 5/7/2013