Parenting Programmes and workshops

 

Parenting Programme and Workshops

Family Links Nurturing Programmes

We have two Family Links nurturing programmes coming up, for parents of children with learning disabilities or autism. The programme will have the choice of online or in person sessions, online sessions will be held online via zoom while in-person session will be held at our  office at 35 Hendon lane.

We hope to be able to help as many people as we can for the next set of sessions, so get in touch if you would be interested.

Please be aware that the Family Links nurturing programmes close to new attendees after the second session in order to retain a secure communal environment for parents.

 

Workshops

We have one remaining online workshop in March 2022. We can't offer face-to-face workshops at the moment, so we will instead be meeting virtually through Zoom.

Thursday 10th March: Blue Badge Information

This workshop will take place at 10:00-11:00 am and again at 7:15-8:15pm on Zoom and be led by Jenny Melling, one of our IAG Advisors.

To view the flyer for the workshop, please click here.

Stepping Stones Triple P Parenting Programme

We regularly run Triple P courses, so please contact us and we can contact you when we have another course coming up.

We regularly hold workshops for parents of children with additional needs. 

If you'd like to be put onto our mailing list so that you receive details of our future workshops and courses straight to your inbox, please email projectsupport@barnetmencap.org.uk.

If you are a professional and wish to make a referral please use the Barnet Mencap Family Support referral form

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