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Parentalk – The Primary Years

£39.99
Description

 

Parentalk – The Primary Years is a ready-to-run course for all parents of children aged up to the early teenage years.

What is Parentalk – The Primary Years?

A look at what’s on the DVD:

Parentalk – The Primary Years is a box-set pack which contains:

  • DVD
  • Group Leader’s Guide
  • 10 x Parent Notes (handbooks)

In six sessions, Parentalk – The Primary Years looks at the topics that affect just about every family, including the busyness of family life, understanding children’s ‘Love Languages’, speaking and listening, how best to set boundaries, preparing children for the outside world, and the importance of family time.

Presented by Rob Parsons and Katharine Hill, and with guest contributions from broadcaster 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 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 people everything they will need to run a complete course.

Additional copies of the Group Leaders Guide and Parent Notes can also be purchased separately.

 

Parentalk – The Primary Years with BSL and Subtitles

We now have a British Sign Language version of Parentalk – The Primary Years. On the DVD is also an additional option to view with subtitles. This product comes FREE on request when you purchase a copy of Parentalk – The Primary Years. If you have already purchased your course and require a copy then please email us at mail@cff.org.uk.

 

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