Strengthening Family and Strengthening Communities
SFSC: Stronger Relationships
CAHN is working in collaboration with the Race Equality Foundation to support families from all backgrounds to build stronger relationships with their children.
This is a popular and supportive group-based parenting programme for anyone raising children.
Raising children is enjoyable and challenging at the same time. We can help you to recognise and respond to the challenges of being a parent and the risks and concerns facing our children.
Whether you have a baby, toddler, teenager, or a young person, we would like to support you in building the necessary skills to engage with them.
Whether you are a carer, parent living with the child/children or not, we can help.
Are you looking to enhance parent-child relationships, learn research-backed strategies for identifying and reducing conflict in the family home, and a whole host of other methods and techniques to manage anger, instil discipline and understand your child’s development? This course is for you.
The Course is a 13 face-to-face sessions programme scheduled to start in January 2024. We are going to run this programme out of our Office based in Hulme. Each session lasts for 3 hours and will held once a week (on Friday).
A certificate will be provided upon completion of the programme.
Please fill in the below form to register your interest and a member of our team will get in contact with you soon regarding securing your space on the course.
13 face-to-face sessions, 1 per week, 3 hours per session
Start Date: 19th January 2024
Occurs weekly, every Friday.
From 10 am – 1 pm
No session during half terms
- Availability of Creche for children under 3 (Limited Spaces)
- Light Refreshments will be provided on the day.
- Tea and Coffee
- Free Car Park
- Lift Access
- Flexible learning at your own pace
- Engage with experts and other parents.
- Get personalised support.
- Get your own manual in your language as well as easy words and pictures.
- Certificate upon completion.
- Learn essential co-parenting skills.