Essential Survival Guide for Parents of Teenagers
· Are you the parent or carer of a young person?
· Would you like more information and knowledge on the issues affecting young people in today’s world ?
· Would you like to meet and share information with other parents and carers ?
If so, come along to this series of talks over the next four months, to be held at Cromer Library. There will be four, monthly talks for parents of teenagers and young people which aim to increase knowledge, information and support to parents and carers of teenagers. The talks are a joint initiative by the Early Help Hub, who offer early support to children, young people and their families, and Cromer Library.
The first talk :-
Internet Safety and Social media
“The World Changes. Children don’t”
Essential online advice for the well connected with Gary Baxter , Police Early Help and Family Focus Unit and Kim Nicholls, Outreach Worker.
The talk will take place on Monday 27th March between 5.30 and 7pm
At Cromer Library, Prince of Wales Road
The talks are free and tea/coffee are provided. Donations welcomed
To book your free place please call us on 01263 512850 or email on email@example.com
Other talks planned are
Monday 24th April, Managing Difficult Behaviour Nina Newson (Positive Behaviour Youth Support Worker, Leeway)
‘Promoting positive behaviour in relationships - some useful suggestions and tactics, and looking at the impact of negative interaction
22nd May Mental Health Support for Teens with Emilie Ruddick from the Wellbeing Service Understanding mental health and how to support and empower Adults & Young People’
19th June Speaker to be confirmed
Cromer Library, Prince Of Wales Road, Cromer NR27 9HS
Community Capacity Co-ordinator for North Norfolk and Broadland
T: 01603 217616 M: 07717 881496| Elara.firstname.lastname@example.org
Broadland District Council, Thorpe Lodge, 1 Yarmouth Road, Thorpe St Andrew