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Wellbeing Workshops for Parents and Carers of Children with SEND

November 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

For parents/carers of children with additional needs and disabilities. Learn how to manage your stress & improve your wellbeing.

About this event

A free workshop for parent carers in the Tees Valley area (covering the local authorities of Middlesbrough, Darlington and Redcar & Cleveland).

Stress can be a huge factor for families. Although most Covid-19 restrictions have now been lifted, many families may still be concerned about their vulnerable children or other family members. What causes you stress and how do you cope with it at present?

This online workshop gives the opportunity to hear other parents’ experiences, learn new strategies and share as much or as little of your story as you wish. We will explore ways of reducing your stress by improving the areas that could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life.

• Understand what stress is & how it affects you.• Learn about coping mechanisms and each other’s coping styles.• Identify new ways of coping with stress & reducing your stress levels. • Be motivated to try new stress busting ideas until you find ones that fit with you!• Improve your Wellbeing.

This workshop will be held on Zoom. We will give advice on how to install and use Zoom before the workshop is held, if you require this. If you prefer to not be visible or audible on screen that is fine by us.

Please direct any enquiries relating to your booking to training.admin@contact.org.uk

For further info and support from Contact, please email info@contact.org.uk or see www.contact.org.uk

We are committed to offering workshops that are accessible to the widest audience possible. If you have any accessibility needs regarding this workshop, please contact training.admin@contact.org.uk as early as possible.

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