Free Information Session for Parents
Families caring for a child with additional needs, a long term medical condition, or disability, are invited to book a place to attend a free welcoming and informative session on ‘Difficult behaviours that challenge us: developing understanding and getting support’.
This session aims to help increase your understanding, knowledge and confidence around your child’s behaviour and suggest possible strategies and resources that may help to change, manage or minimise behaviours and identify sources of support.
This session is hosted by Contact a Family working in partnership with West Lancashire Parent Carer Forum at: Eavesdale Neighbourhood Centre (Formerly First Steps Children’s Centre), Tanhouse, Skelmersdale, WN8 6AU on Tuesday 11 July 2017 starting at 10.00am until 12.30pm (arrival from 9.30am) (refreshments will be provided).
The session will be welcoming and informative so please do come along but places must be booked.
Contact: Sue Gaskell on 07584 217661; email email@example.com
Or contact: 01772 532509; email FIND@lancashire.gov.uk
If you are booking on to the above session please let them know about any special requirements that you may have in order to participate.
Contact a Family is a national charity that offers advice, support and information to parents who care for a child with any type of disability or medical condition. Freephone helpline 0808 808 3555 (9.30 – 5pm Mon-Fri) email: firstname.lastname@example.org or see website www.cafamily.org.uk