​​​What to do if a child is injured or unwell

Children’s services in East Surrey are commissioned in association with 6 Surrey CCGs and Surrey County Council. Below you can find a variety of information brochures, leaflets for parents and carers and some useful internet links to our services.

Where and how to seek help when your child is unwell:

 Parent Minor Illness Leaflet                                                                                                                                                

Managing your Child’s Health Brochure with the following chapters: Local services, Do you know the basics?, Protecting your baby, Baby being sick and upset tummies, Rashes and dry skin, Understanding why your baby is crying, Coughs and colds, Accidents, Teething trouble, Chicken pox, Ear problems, Meningitis, Useful contacts

 Managing Your Child's Health Booklet

Clinicians at East Surrey CCG have produced a range of additional advice leaflets for parents and carers of young children. If you following the links below you can download leaflets below and use them if a child has a fever, is experiencing sickness and/or diarrhoea, a persistent cough (possibly caused by Bronchiolitis), or has a head injury. Please note some of the leaflets are for parents and carers while others are for healthcare professionals. ​

For information about leading a healthy lifestyle for all the family see: https://www.healthysurrey.org.uk/

Children’s Services in Surrey:

Surrey Children’s Services site:


Surrey Children’s and Adolescent Mental Health Services site:


Contact details for urgent help with children’s and young people’s mental health: http://www.sabp.nhs.uk/mindsightsurreycamhs/getting-help

Links for Children and Young People:

When experiencing mental health challenges:


Online counselling for children and young people: https://xenzone.com/kooth/

Online hub for children and young people with Special Educational Needs or Disability in Surrey:



 Call 111 for medical help and advice 

 Call 999 in an emergency 

 Visit NHS choices for advice