Our multidisciplinary team work closely with parents and carers to ensure that they feel supported and understood. They learn valuable strategies that they can apply at home to help them capture attention and promote communication with their child.
The short “tea breaks” provide the opportunity for parents and carers to interact with each other while their children take part in an activity in the room next door. These are also advisory sessions and are great opportunities to ask questions and access crucial information based on their needs. Every day is an opportunity for parents and carers to access a peer group, support each other, share personal experiences and to build friendships.
The group setting enables parents/carers to build support networks and friendships, with time given for discussion and sharing.
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“All the training areas have been well thought through and broken down and easy to understand for me as a parent… Being surrounded by people who genuinely enjoy their jobs and want to help has been so uplifting and supportive in some of the darkest and unknowing times of our lives. This service is literally a lifeline and allows families to see beyond themselves and beyond their child’s difficulties and shifts mindsets into gratitude and positivity.”