Thesis (M. Sc. (Social Work)) - University of Ulster, 2004.
Massachusetts Children's Trust Parenting Education and Support Programs Depicts a parenting and education support program that helps parents with young children enhance the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be better parents. The series includes professionally led group sessions that are provided in child-friendly environments. A Guide for Parent Support Groups I love my group I know they care about what I am dealing with and I really care about them too. - Parent Support Group member South Dakota Parent Connection has developed this guide is to assist parents and professionals in developing, structuring, and promoting a parent support Size: KB. Parenting Education and Support Programs help parents with young children enhance the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to be the best parents they can be. Group-based series are led by trained professionals and provide opportunities for parents to learn new skills, connect with peers, and receive information and resources. This program is for Parents with functional/intellectual limitations with children who may also have vision impairment, developmental delays or developmental disabilities ages birth to six years old. The United Arc: x Lawrence: MVCC Parenting Support Program.
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