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We are closed on 3 days: Tuesday 25th December, Wednesday 26th December and Tuesday 1st January. 

We are open as usual until 6.30pm on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve

Appointments are available for our patients at Dewsbury Health Centre on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Please contact us for details.

Kirklees Young People

This website is a resource for young people in Kirklees where they can find out about all issues relating to sexual health including accessing services, Chlamydia screening and sexual health promotion.  A news section is included where young people can find out about health events in Kirklees and learn what's happening across the district regarding relationships and sexual health.

www.kypf.org.uk/

Do you help care for someone?

A young carer is a person who helps to look after someone in the family at home because they are disabled, have been ill for a long time, have a mental health problem or a problem with alcohol or drugs.

A young carer may spend time doing things like cooking, cleaning and shopping. They may also give medicines and tablets to the person they look after or help them to wash or get dressed and take them to school. Some young carers may not do any of these things but they may worry about the person with the illness or disability.

Because of doing these things, young carers can sometimes feel tired and not always be able to concentrate on their school work or homework, or they can be worried or feel stressed.  You can find out more information by following the link below:

 http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/youngcarers



 
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