Date(s) - 21/09/2021
9:30 am - 10:45 am
Happy Families, Happy Futures: supporting families experiencing harmful parental conflict
These events will provide an opportunity for participants to;
- experience a taster session of the interventions available for parents experiencing harmful inter-parental conflict
- recognise when the Happy Families, Happy Futures offer could be suitable support
- understand how to explain the offer to parents to support engagement and the referral process
This event is suitable for practitioners supporting children and their families living within
BCP, Devon, Dorset, Plymouth, Somerset, Torbay and Wiltshire.
The Happy Families, Happy Futures offer is a strand of work within the Department for Work and Pensions national
Reducing Parental Conflict programme and provides funded interventions for parents.
These events will be delivered by the family support workers facilitating the interventions.
delivered by Home-Start South and West Devon
delivered by Whitehead Ross Education and Consulting
delivered by Exeter Community Initiatives
Please click the date of the event you would like to attend to book via Eventbrite and to receive a joining link.
Feedback received from parents who have completed an intervention;
‘First of all I would like to thank you, you have been very helpful and helped me realise processes I can put into place when speaking with my ex-wife. The programme breaks things down into simple coping mechanisms which, should both parties work together; also for happy children.’
‘We have realised that over the last few weeks, we actually haven’t had as many arguments as we usually would, that’s a real change for us.’
‘Thank you very much for understanding and never judging us. You have really helped me and us as a family, and, hopefully, made us a lot stronger as a family. We could not be more thankful.’
If you would like further information for the Happy Families, Happy Futures offer before attending the webinar please see our professionals webpage or read a case study from a school who helped a family to refer to the offer.