Don’t X The Line is back with the grassroots weekender podcast show, talking about a Live midweek post and our responsibilities within our communities, the response i had from the community was amazing so thank you to everyone who responded. And tonight i talk about that post as i feel it is very important to parents managers and the community.Apologies for getting the date wrong folks, it should have been the 29th not the 30th.Silly me.
On tonight’s DXTL Podcast show we discuss no holidays? Coaching at grassroots football, social distancing mental health and the NSPCC, being rather busy regarding our children so, Safeguarding needs to be remembered and still acted upon.
Life expectancy is falling for the poorest for the first time in 100 years. As child poverty rises, children and young people in the poorest parts of our country are two to three times more likely to experience poor mental health than those in the richest.
After the 2008 credit crunch it was the most vulnerable in our communities who experienced the severest consequences of austerity, with devastating effects on their mental and physical health. This is not the hallmark of a kind society. We must not make the same mistakes after this pandemic.