Care for the Family has created this plug and play resource. This product is not intended for individual use but to be used in a group context. So if you commit to running this course with a group of people, whether in your home, community or simply with a group of friends – then we would like to offer you the chance to download or stream it for FREE!
Being a parent is one of life’s greatest joys, but it is also one of its biggest challenges. There’s hardly a mum or dad on the face of the earth who, at times, is not overawed by the task of parenting. That’s why we’ve created Parentalk – The Primary Years, a great new parenting course for small groups. Parentalk – The Primary Years is a ready-to-run course for all parents of children aged up to the early teenage years. In six sessions, Parentalk – The Primary Years looks at the topics that affect just about every family. As you go through each session you will have the chance to talk to other parents in your group about the day-to-day challenges that you face, as well as share the things that are going well.
The six sessions are:
The course is DVD-based and can be used in a ‘plug-and-play’ format. It comes with a Group Leader’s Guide and ten copies of the Parent Notes which gives you everything you will need to run a complete course. Presented by Rob Parsons and Katharine Hill, and with guest contributions from Diane Louise Jordan, Mark Chester from Who Let the Dads Out?, author Sarah Abell, and Paediatrician Dr. Kunle Ayonrinde, the DVD features presenter introduction and conclusions, family interviews, street vox-pops, humorous short dramas, real-life parenting case studies, and presenter discussions.
The downloads include everything you need to run a course:
• Video clips
• A Group Leaders Guide
• Delegate Notes
• Promotional Posters
Simply enter your contact details and intentions for running the course below and we’ll send you an email link so that you can access the downloadable resources. This link also enables you to be able to stream the sessions if you prefer.