Parenting Groups in 2019
Parenting Groups can help you build a positive relationship with your child, understand what motivates their behaviour and improve parent-child communication. We will commence another round of parenting groups in Term 2, may- June 2019.
All our groups are free of charge, please RSVP to 02 66212489.
Tuesdays 28th May to 25 June. 1 to 3.30 pm
41 Wilson Street, South Lismore.
Dad’s stuff is a men’s parenting program designed for anyone in a fathering role. Dads, Uncles, Pops and Carers are welcome to attend. Afternoon tea is included. RSVP to 6621 2489.
Looking after your family is a big job. At Family Support Network we recognise that for parents raising children and managing multiple responsibilities is often a juggle. In recognition of this Family Support Network is offering a series of informative, educative and practical skills sessions to help parents and carers balance the many challenges of raising children and providing for their family.
Sessions will include tips and support for managing the family budget, returning to education and work, maintaining work life balance, family activities, getting to know the resources of your local community, building resilience and many other practical and informative topics. Helen would love to hear your ideas for topics that could be added to the program, ph 02 66212489 extension 109.
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We offer a range of Parenting Groups each school term, including Triple P, Circle of Security, 123 Magic, Bringing Up Great Kids and Tuning In To Kids. You can download our 470kB Summary_Of_Parenting_Groups.pdf here.
What parents are saying about our Parenting Groups:
“I have learned how to listen to my children. I have made different choices as a Dad.
Counting and time out are working well.”
“We got positive feedback and validation about our parenting and will continue working with what we have learned.”