• 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: 4.8/5

Reviews

I think it's an exellent opportunity for people to come along and benefit.

Waheeda (Nov 19)

5.0/5

Excellent programme with some very useful information and hints and tips. You think you know eczema but you really don’t.

Nicola (Nov 19)

5.0/5

Interesting and very helpful programme. A good point of reference for now and the future.

Joanne (Oct 19)

4.0/5

Amazing I would definitely recommend to any parents with children who suffer.

Lucy (Sep 19)

5.0/5

The programme really helped our family and made us feel we are not alone. Every bit of the info could be useful to different people with different degrees of eczema. Then if you start reading and noticed it’s not for you don’t give up because I’m sure there's a bit in the next paragraph that could change your life forever.

Sonny (Sep 19)

5.0/5

Excellent advice.

Joanne (Sep 19)

5.0/5

Excellent advice.

Joanne (Aug 19)

5.0/5

I can't fault this programme, having a child suffering is heartbreaking and you often feel helpless but I'm much more knowledgeable thanks to this programme and find I can take action to ease my child's frustrations, discomforts and pain without seeking medical advice, this is really important as GP visits can also be very difficult and uncomfortable for my child.

Jacquiline (Jul 19)

5.0/5

Very good programme to sign-up to, for my son who has eczema on his face and all the doctor can give out is a tube of hydrocortisone cream and it can thin the skin on the face which it says on the leaflet, so i explored other products being Child's Farm and Eucerin at Superdrug and Boots the chemist.

Fiona (Jul 19)

5.0/5

Brill products.

Helen (Jul 19)

5.0/5

A detailed and thoughtful approach to a concern of parents with a condition that is worrying and stressful for the child but also the parent and a guide to treatments and assistance to alleviate eczema with personal stories to show that families are not alone as well as contact information for support bodies and guides.

Patrick (Jul 19)

5.0/5

Very helpful programe. I do suggest that videos such as those on itchy sneezy, wheezy may also help.  Also I was not able to access the individual module information on my online account, it only allowed me to download the first module of that week (I could access 4 but not 5 or 6). I would also be interested in evidence based of onset and prognosis of eczema or more facts regarding the condition. I found some of the stories intense and negative. However all in all, it helped me thoroughly while providing me with information I would not have otherwise been able to access. I still store and recap the pdf.

Davina (Jul 19)

4.0/5

Brilliant program with lots of tips and advice. Helps you feel like you're doing all you can to manage eczema. Great to get tips off others as well.

Carole (Jul 19)

5.0/5

The program was extremely helpful and supportive. I found many answers to questions I had and lots of useful tips to try. I feel more confident dealing with my child’s skin condition now.

Esme (Jul 19)

5.0/5

Excellent programme - my daughter has suffered with eczema for a long time and has tried numerous different methods to control and soothe her skin.  The myeczemachild support programme advised her on different techniques and also made her feel that having this condition is not something to be ashamed of or to feel that she has to hide away.

Deb (Jul 19)

4.0/5