News • 11 Feb 2020

Parenting Programs at Morayfield Health Hub

Having a positive parent-child relationship can set the path for a child’s success in school and in life. Parents are the most valuable partners for supporting the development and mental well-being of our children.

Unfortunately, children do not come with a set of instructions or user manual. Parenting is not an easy job, so we are here to provide a helping and supportive hand. On February 26 and March 18 Morayfield Health Hub are holding a two session Parenting Program.

The information presented to families within these sessions, aims to provide parents with an opportunity to learn more about their child (or children), to reduce possible family stressors and to enhance parent satisfaction. 

The program aims to:

  • educate parents about child development, 
  • provide an opportunity to learn more about your child, 
  • reduce family stress, 
  • increase parent confidence and satisfaction,
  • build an understanding of what drives behaviour, and
  • provide a framework for a different kind of behavioural intervention plans.

Parenting programs are shown to have a positive impact on children by first positively impacting their parents. There are numerous benefits of attending this program including taking the mystery out of being a parent, sharing what to expect, effect ways of discipline and the best ways to prepare your children for school.

Parenting Program Details:

When: February 26 and March 18

Time: 9.00 am to 12.30 pm

Cost: available with a mental health care plan (in addition to 10 x individual sessions)

Location: Level 1 Morayfield Hub 19-31 Dickson Road, Morayfield QLD

To book call 1300 696 463 or email [email protected] 

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