Parents in South Leeds are being invited to join a course that will help them build on their parenting skills and build positive relationships with their children. Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities (SFSC) is a free inclusive course to help parents and carers raise happy confident children from ages 3-18 years.
Becoming a new parent or carer can be very isolating and confusing. But help is at hand from Touchstone’s Best Start Peer Support Project. Our focus is on enabling parents to feel happier and healthier, so that they can meet their children’s needs and raise happy healthy children. By bringing together
Children can ask some awkward questions and trying to answer them can be tricky…When is the right time? How much should I tell them? Do they really need to know? If you’re a mum, dad or carer and would like to feel more confident to be able to talk to
Belle Isle TMO event. Strengthening Families – Strengthening Communities is a parenting support course offered and facilitated by family support workers from the JESS Cluster. Held at the GATE each Thursday morning for 13 weeks (excluding school holidays). Raise your child’s confidence Inspire your child Causes of behaviour Incentive charts
Why settle for being a good parent, when you can be a great parent? Every parent finds something that they struggle with in their family life, whether it’s having difficulty communicating with their child, getting them to behave in certain situations, following instructions and for example, having routines in place.
We’re really proud to announce an exciting new project covering South Leeds funded by The National Lottery through Big Lottery Fund. Working Together for a Healthy Start started on 1 September and our aim is for over 800 families to be living healthier lives by 2020. As part of the project
When you’re pregnant you always imagine what your baby will be like, you have this whole future planned out for them. You never really put into that plan anything you don’t see as the perfect life for them. They’ll be smart, go to university, support dad’s football team, enjoy the