• myeczmeachild support programme

    myeczemachild provides 24 weeks of dedicated support, sent to you by email in bite-size chunks. Every week there is a PDF for you to download or print containing practical information about how to manage eczema, written by talkhealth and medical experts.

    Eczema can be an extremely uncomfortable condition for children and teenagers, causing itchy, sore and irritable skin. If you’re looking for additional support to help manage and control your child’s eczema. 

    Some of the topics the programme covers include:

    • Types of eczema
    • General emollient advice
    • Patient stories and hints & tips
    • Practical information about eczema triggers
    • Preparing your child for nursery/school
    • What to ask your GP or Dermatologist
    • Itch-scratch-cycle and much more!

    Sign up to myeczemachild here

    Overall Rating: 4.9/5


The programme was extremely useful as it gave lots of information and tips thats just not out there for people to find unless they visited their gp.

Gail (Feb 19)


Myeczema support programme is a very useful and informative tool to be used to new patients and old.

Tracey (Feb 19)


It is brilliant with loads of relevant information.

Victoria (Feb 19)


Great, good information.

Erika (Feb 19)


it was very helpful to me and my child. I found out things I did not know about and discussed then with my doctor and my chemist it was all worth while following the programme.

Alex (Feb 19)


Although I wouldn't say there was anything dramatically new or different, by having all the resources in one place and reviewing techniques that previously may not have worked but this time had some impact (due to more detailed advice or using combinations) it was a useful exercise/experience.

Martin (Feb 19)


This support program should be available to everyone with eczema it's brilliant and has helped me and my little girl so much.

Kelly (Nov 18)


Great tips and advice, including information to manage condition.

Sumaiya (Nov 18)


Okay and very useful.

Ranjit (Nov 18)