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Keep Calm and Communicate
The workshop provides tips for parents on remaining calm and finding effective ways of communicating that can help reduce and manage conflict in the home Cou ...
Making the Most of Playing with Your Child
The session will explore the importance of different types of play and how to use play to improve a parents and child's relationship and helps develop resilienc ...
Cool Tools
The cool tools workshop helps parents to explore ways to help them keep a cool head when parenting. It will provide some education about why we sometimes find ...
Yoga to help cope with anxiety
A seven week support group for mothers who have children aged 0-12 yrs and who are experiencing symptoms of depression or anxiety. ...
Building Bully Shields
This 3 week course gives parents insight into bullying behaviour and the skills and strategies to build resilience in their children. It also looks at increasin ...
Bringing Up Great Kids
A comprehensive program for parents covering age development, understanding behaviours, stress, rules and consequences and much more. For more details visit www ...
Drop In and Share Term 2
Drop-in advice, support and referral service for women with children aged 0-12 years. ...
Drop In and Share Term 1
Drop-in advice, support and referral service for women with children aged 0-12 years. ...
Transition to school playgroup Term 3
A weekly supported playgroup for children who will be starting school in 2017. Come along to learn "getting ready for school" skills for children (and parents/c ...
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Types of Parenting programs

More and more parents have found that a parenting program has helped them to improve their relationship with their child and to understand and cope better with their child’s behaviour.

Qualified and experienced parent educators run parenting programs to meet the needs of families and children at a certain stage of development. A parenting program might include information about children’s needs and development, as well as sessions where parents/carers can practice new skills and techniques, usually without the child present. They are often run in small groups.

Which parenting program is for you?

Going to a parenting program shows that you want to be the best parent you can be.

No one is taught how to be a parent. It’s something you learn and grow into as your child grows and changes. Life with your child can be easier and more rewarding if you understand your child’s needs and behaviour and if you have some ways to respond to your child that you know will work.

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