Yes. If an appointment is booked for a child, they need to be present during the consultation. The parent/guardian whose account is used to book the appointment must also be present. If you are making an appointment for your child, you must book it under their name and choose a video consultation, rather than a phone call.
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- I am trying to book for my child - why is it not working?
- Will I need to be present if my child needs a consultation?
- How does my spouse/partner get an appointment?
- Does my child need to be present during a consultation?
- Can I book an appointment for my child under my name?
- Can me and my spouse/partner book an appointment for our child?
- Why can’t I have a phone consultation for my child?