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How much water should my child drink? All children should aim to drink at least the following amounts of water or diluted squash, depending on their age: up to 6 years old should aim for 1 litre of water 7 to 11 year olds should aim for 1 and a half litres of water 12… Continue Reading...

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What is meal support? Meal support means helping your child or young person emotionally during and around mealtimes. The specific aim of this support is to help your child or young person eat the food on their meal plan, whilst helping to redirect any thoughts or behaviours that might impact eating...

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What is fluoxetine? Fluoxetine is pronounced ‘flew-ox-e-teen’. Fluoxetine (also called Prozac®) is mainly used to help treat the symptoms of depression (by reducing the time it takes to recover), anxiety, and OCD. It can also help social anxiety, PTSD, panic, PMS and seasonal affective...

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What is risperidone? Risperidone is pronounced ‘ris-perry-doan’. Risperidone (also called Risperdal®) is mainly used to help treat the symptoms of the symptoms of psychosis, schizophrenia and mania, and to prevent these symptoms coming back. It can also help symptoms of ADHD, bipolar...

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What is olanzapine? Olanzapline is pronounced ‘o-lanz-a-pean’. Olanzapine (also called Zyprexa®) is mainly used to help treat the symptoms psychosis, schizophrenia and mania, and to prevent these symptoms coming back. It is sometimes used to help the symptoms of anxiety, depression and...

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What is melatonin? Melatonin is pronounced ‘mellow-toe-ninn’. Melatonin is a natural chemical found in the brain. Melatonin medications include Circadin®, Bio-Melatonin® and Slenyto®. It can be available as tablets, and can also be made as capsules and liquid. What does melatonin...

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What is quetiapine? Quetiapine is pronounced ‘quet-ire-pean’. Quetiapine (also called Seroquel®, Atrolak XL®, Ebesque XL®, Tenprolide XL® and others) is mainly used to help treat the symptoms psychosis, schizophrenia and mania, and bipolar depression, and to prevent these symptoms...

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