Help! I'm A Parent
Parenting if a tough gig. Even more so in these uncertain times.
The COVID-19 restrictions have forced us to consider different ways to provide support to local families. This started a conversation with parents around accessibility to parenting programs. Onsite programs have limited access for many - if there's no child minding facilities or family close by to help out, or, for working parents getting to something during the day is near impossible, and nights are dedicated to the little time you have with your children. With that said, Gawler Youth and Dr Naomi Rutten are launching a series of conversational style online video's that will be placed on YouTube. This will allow you to watch these when suits you and at your own pace. Sessions will provide parents education and support, enhance your parenting skills with practical evidence based tools. In addition, through a private Facebook group you have the ability to ask questions which will be integrated in future sessions.
- Understanding Child Brain Development
- How does your child's brain grow
- The importance of mindfulness
- Children's emotional development
- Impact of personality, gender and culture
ABOUT DR NAOMI RUTTEN - MENTAL HEALTH GP:
To find out all about Dr Naomi Rutten click here.
HOW TO WATCH THE WEBINARS:
Sessions can be accessed at your convenience on the 'Help! I'm a Parent' YouTube channel from the end of May 2020 until the series is complete.
WHEN WILL THE WEBINARS BE AVAILABLE:
From the end of May 2020 until the series is complete. We're keeping it a little open ended to be responsive to answer questions received via the private Facebook group.
The intention is to release weekly videos.
HOW TO ASK A QUESTION?
If you are from Gawler and surrounds please head to the private Facebook group, answer the few intro questions to join the group, once accepted you can post your questions (following the group rules).
HOW TO JOIN THE PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP?
Join the 'Help! I'm a Parent' Facebook Page here.
This program is sponsored by the Town of Gawler and Dr Naomi Rutten Mental Health GP.