Parenting Through Separation
Parenting Through Separation is a free 4 hour information programme written by professionals who specialise in helping families through separation. It can also help grandparents and the wider family/whanau members involved in a dispute about how children will be cared for. The content includes: how separation affects children, talking with children during separation, and talking with ex-partners about arrangements for the children.
Parentline runs the programme in two 2 hour sessions, 6.30 - 8.30 pm.
It is essential to register for this programme.
Contact 355 1655 to register.
Weekend sessions are also available through Methodist Social Services - ph: 350 0307
Weekday sessions, and programmes in other regions, are available through Barnados - ph 358 9429
Dates for 2017
Generally held once a month at Parentline.
Monday 15th May (Part 1) and Wednesday 17th May (Part 2), Hancock Community House, PN, 6.30 - 8.30pm
Monday 26th June (Part 1) and Thursday 29th June (Part 2), Hancock Community House, PN, 6.30 - 8.30pm