Please find below a flyer and referral form for the online Parenting Group: ‘Bringing up confident children – for the parents of children with ADHD/ASD’
The course will be taking place: Thursday 16th September to 21st October 9.30am to 11.30am.
The programme provides support, information and resources to parents/carers and adult family members so they can help their child reach their full potential.
Sessions will cover the following:
* ADHD – a whole-family issue
* Understanding your child’s behaviour
* Helping your child manage their feelings and outbursts
* Balancing support of siblings
* Learning new parenting strategies to address challenging behaviour and to make a difference in your family life
Family Lives accept self-referrals as well as those from professionals. If you would like any help in making a referral, or you would like me to make a referral, please do not hesitate to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Herts Inclusive Theatre’ is coming to Stevenage from 21st April!
“Herts Inclusive Theatre (HIT) use the arts and wellbeing practices to build confidence, develop skills and give participants and their families memorable, enjoyable life experiences where everyone is encouraged, valued, supported and has their part to play.
Led by experienced practitioners, the workshops are open to all and are especially welcoming to those with special needs.”
Please see below for a link to the website and further details, if this is something you would be interested in for your child.
‘Family Lives’ are offering several online parenting groups this term, funded by Hertfordshire County Council.
Please see below for details of the following groups:
- ‘Bringing up Confident Children’ (for parents of children with SEN – 8 weeks)
- ‘Bringing up Confident Children’ (for parents of children with ADHD/ASD – 6 weeks)
‘Supporting Links’ are offering a number of free, online, 6-week courses for parents this term.
Please find information below about the following courses, as well as details about how to book a place on them:
- Understanding behaviour in your child with additional needs;
- Talking Dads;
- Talking Families
If you feel your child’s, or your own, mental health or wellbeing has been negatively affected by the current situation, there is some useful advice on the MindEd website, the link for which is below.
Please find below a flyer advertising the free online workshops offered to parents and carers of those with diagnoses of (or suspected) ADHD or Autism. These can be booked by following the link on the flyer.
I understand that new dates have been published for the very popular 5-week course, ‘Understanding ADHD and Autism’. Booking for this will open on Monday 1st February and the courses get booked up very quickly indeed. Please contact me (email@example.com) if you would be interested in booking onto the 5-week course and I will find out more details.