SENDI DROP IN DAY
On Thursday 25th July from 10 am to 4 pm at Blakenall Children’s Centre, parents and carers are welcome to go along to a SENDI information day. Please see flyer below for more information.
WALSALL COUNCIL SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2019
A number of activities are available during the summer, see information below or visit www.mywalsall.org/walsallearlyhelp/summer/
AUTISM NETWORK FOR PARENT/CARERS
Free online courses for residents of WALSALL:
- Understanding your pregnancy birth labour and your baby
- Understanding your baby
- Understanding your child
Walsall Council are delighted to announce that we have purchased a multi-user licence for three Solihull Approach online courses, for all parents and parents-to-be living in our borough. This means every single resident can access the courses completely free of charge!
These courses are for everyone who wants to be the best mum, dad, grandparent, carer that they can be.
The Solihull Approach aims to improve emotional health and wellbeing by supporting relationships (www.solihullapproachparenting.com ). The courses are written by CAMHS professionals with other health and education workers. They are evidence based and accredited by the DfE.
Together we are aiming to change the culture around parents‘ self-development and improve children’s wellbeing at the same time. A smoother home life is good for concentration, learning and performance at school.
Further information can be obtained from Bev or James in our Family Welfare department.
ADULT RESILIENCE EVENT
Please find details on the flyer below of a course that parents and carers may be interested in, it takes place on 8th November 2019.
WALSALL CHILDREN’S SERVICE LAUNCH OF A NEW INITIATVE
Parents and Carers are invited to help develop SEN Family Hubs across Walsall for all parents of SEN pupils from mainstream and special schools. Further details are available below.
FREE: Online Parenting Course
Resilient Families is a free online parenting course from Parent Zone, part of the team that brings you Parent Info. It’s designed to help parents get to grips with the things they really worry about when children and young people go online.
Resilient Families includes topics such as radicalisation and extremism, cyberbullying and sexting. Parents can take the 3-part course at home as many times as they like, picking up vital advice and information to help them understand the risks their children can face, and arming them with the knowledge to help them cope with it.
To find out more information, please follow this link http://parentzone.org.uk/resilient-families