Yes. If an appointment is booked for a child, they need to be present during the consultation. A parent/guardian also needs to 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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- Will I need to be present if my child needs a consultation?
- I am trying to book for my child - why is it not working?
- How does my spouse/partner get an appointment?
- Can me and my spouse/partner book an appointment for our child?
- Why can’t I have a phone consultation for my child?
- Does my child need to be present during a consultation?
- Can I book an appointment for my child under my name?