Welcome to The Room, where children and young people can get information about the Welsh Ambulance Service.

Useful Information

Choose Well
If you become ill or are injured make sure you choose the right NHS service to make sure you get the best treatment. Click on the links below to find out about the different services available and take the Choose Well quiz to test your knowledge:

Choose Well quiz

Jack tells you "How to wash your hands" 
Following on from the school booklet ‘Jack tells you about the Welsh Ambulance Service’, Jack’s back explaining how to wash your hands properly.

The information posters explains why it's important for you to wash your hands, when to wash and them and shows you how, to help prevent the spread of infections such as colds and flu.

You can also visit the fun and games section and play Bugbuster.The aim of Bug blaster is to shoot the bugs using the soap dispenser at the bottom of the screen before they get you.  The more levels you complete the harder and faster the game becomes. Can you beat the bugs?


Road Safety
We have launched a campaign to help children and young people understand the dangers of distractions while near busy roads.

Our crews have also been visiting primary schools, comprehensive schools and colleges to share the knowledge of what they see and face while dealing with road traffic collisions on a daily basis.

Download a copy of our Road Safety poster here.


Childline Campaign: Dangers of 'Sexting'
Sexting is when someone sends or receives a sexually explicit text, image or video on their mobile phone, usually in a text message. For further information on how you can stay in control and what to do if a photo has fallen into the wrong hands visit the Childline website. 

Dementia Explained
Dementia Explained is a webiste that has been developed by Alzheimer’s Research UK to help children and teenagers understand dementia, how it affects someone and how this could impact their lives.

Useful links for Young Carers

Babble (Carers Trust online community for carers under 18)
Young carers hub (NHS Choices)
Young carers (Barnardos)
Include programme (Children’s Society)
Action for Children.