At Calpol, we’re delighted to once again partner with the NSPCC to support the helpline throughout the current crisis.
With lots of children out of sight at the moment, it would be easy to assume that the NSPCC is quiet. However, there are a lot of children out there who are suffering, and equally there are a lot of people who are worried about them.
Parents and carers may have lots of questions, like “What's the right age to leave my child home alone to do my essential shopping?”, “Is my child’s behaviour is abnormal in the current climate?” or “How can I help to keep my child safe online?”.
Whatever the issue, the NSPCC helpline is here to help keep children safe. Staffed by trained professionals with backgrounds in jobs like teaching, healthcare and social work, the team can answer any concerns and also know how to spot the signs of abuse and what to do to help.
These concerns are being heightened in the current environment, with concerned adults being increasingly worried about the COVID crisis and who to turn to in this time.
So whether you're working from home with your kids for the first time, you’re supporting children with increased anxiety or you have any kind of concern about a young person you know – please give the NSPCC helpline a call or visit click here.
Call the helpline on
0808 800 5000
Find out more here.
Calpol are supporting the NSPCC helpline to answer 16,000 calls
Between 18th May and 30th June Johnson & Johnson Limited will donate £80,000 to NSPCC in the UK.
This donation amount is equivalent to funding 16,000 calls. NSPCC is a registered charity
(England and Wales 216401; Scotland SC037717).