Online courses for parents

Solihull Approach - Free online parenting courses

Four free online parenting courses have been launched for families across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. The courses have been created by the Solihull Approach and they focus on supporting the relationships between parents, grandparents, and/or carers and their children by improving emotional health and wellbeing.

Access to the free online courses is available at www.inourplace.co.uk using the code TAMAR, which provides lifetime access. Courses available are:

  • Understanding pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby

  • Understanding your baby

  • Understanding your child

  • Understanding your teenagers brain

  • Just for teenagers - understanding your brain

 

The courses are available in different languages including Urdu, Polish, Chinese, Bulgarian and Arabic.

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Online parenting programmes with Cornwall Together for Families

 

Being Passionate About Parenting

  • A range of online parenting session covering all ages on a range of information, offering tips and support.

  • Book via the Early Help Hub and fill out an Early Help request form for parents

  • Early Help Hub:  www.cornwall.gov.uk/earlyhelp

Regular courses include:

  • Being Passionate about Parenting for parents/carers of young people age 4 to 11 years

  • Being Passionate about Parenting with an introduction and awareness of the Spectrum for parents/carers of young people aged 5 to 11 years without a diagnosis

  • Being Passionate about Parenting with an introduction an awareness to ADHD for parents/carers of young people aged 5 to 11 years

  • Take 3 Support for parents/carers of teenagers

  • Passionate about the Teenage Brain for parents/carers of young people age 12 to 17 years

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Parent Carer Workshops

  • Online workshops for parents and carers of all ages of children with SEND.

  • Further information can be found Workshops | Contact

 

HeadStart Kernow parent and carers wellbeing series

 

Me, You and Baby Too

 

  • This is aimed at expectant or new parents but may also be helpful for parents with older children. The videos and activity help us learn to argue better so that we can sort things out and move on together.

  • Go online to www.clickrelationships.org/me-you-and-baby-too 

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Family Links

 

Free online parenting course from UK Charity Family Links and hosted by Netmums.

  • This is an eight-session email course that guides you through different parenting topics and situations, helping you become a more confident parent and can be applied for building good relationships.

  • Go online to www.netmums/parenting-course