How to Spot Mental Health Problems in Children

When raising children you will be aware that there are many ‘stages’ to go through. Some of these are quick but painful like the Terrible Twos. And mood swings can last throughout teenage years. However, in some cases a ‘stage’ - especially if it is prolonged much more than you think it should - could be a sign of something much more worrisome. The main problem is that many people mistake the initial warning signs as typical childhood behaviour, particularly if they are transitioning into Read more [...]

Etiquette guide to the festival

The ever popular Cheltenham festival is just a few weeks away with anticipation continuing to build and an expectation of over 250,000 people to visit the racecourse over the famous four days. The festival is the most important week for connections of the top National hunt horses with prize money continuing to rise which now stands at £4.5 million. So what is the best etiquette around the enclosures? This guide will reveal all. With a lot of short priced horses going in it could be a success for Read more [...]

Further Your Career with the Online Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care

The Health and Social Care industry is rewarding, interesting and varied; there are so many different areas you can choose to focus on. Whether you’re interested in Mental Health Support or becoming a Careworker, there’s lots of different avenues you can take. Why not begin your career in Health and Social Care with The Training Room? The Training Room is a course service provider in a number of different industries, one of them being Health and Social Care. Read on to find out how you can study Read more [...]