What Every Parent Should Know
Understanding and engaging with your child… even the tricky bits.
This course is packed full of all the information that every parent should know, and the support you need to effectively use it. From the important things you need to be doing with your child from day one, to the truth behind things you have always wondered about.
When should I be firm, and when should my child have a voice?
Through its engaging style of delivery it will allow you to make informed decisions with confidence. And support you to implement practices now that will impact your child’s development for all the years to come.
How can I make a difference?
Whether expecting your first child, or managing your sixth experience of the teenage years, parenting can be both an exciting and terrifying prospect, in equal measures. But to parent your child with consistency and conviction, you need to understand the fundamentals.
What are the most important things to get right?
While no two children are the same, nor for that matter are two days with them, trusted, knowledgeable advice will allow you to make informed decisions about your child and carry out consistent techniques with confidence.
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One – Understanding your child
Two – Good practices from the start
Three – What kind of parent do you want to be?
Four – Taking advice and making changes
Five – Playing with your child
Six – Early communication with your child
Seven – Time for sleep
Eight – Time to get physical
Nine – Healthy eating
Ten – Best resources, toys and games to buy
Other Courses Available
Our online courses help you to know and understand your child, while supporting you to parent with confidence and consistency.
Do you know other parents that could benefit from these sessions?
Are you part of a parenting group?
Do you work with families?
Contact Nurturing Childhoods at firstname.lastname@example.org, or through the contact sheet to find out about group rates and packages. As we develop the potential of every child.