Family Support & Parenting
24.11.15Healthy relationships leaflet
Young Wales has linked up with Live Fear Free to develop a leaflet aimed at raising awareness amongst young people about Healthy Relationships, as part of the Welsh Government Live Fear Free campaign.
20.11.14Kinship Care Guide for Wales
This guide, sponsored by the Welsh Government and developed by Children in Wales, is designed to offer information to kinship carers. Kinship carers may also be called family and friends carers. It aims to offer a step by step guide through the process of becoming a kinship carer, signposting the services that can offer advice, support and assistance.
30.10.14Parents’ Week Conference 2014
The Children In Wales conference this year was around the theme of strengthening the contribution of parenting support services to early intervention family support. Participants considered key messages from speakers about early intervention research, including the main principles and ingredients of successful parenting programmes.
07.01.13National Occupational Standards for Work with Parents
National Occupational Standards (NOS) are nationally agreed statements of competence which describe what an effective and competent worker does and needs to know to deliver quality in their job.
18.12.11If it wasn’t for you Gran….
This is the report of a survey of Grandparents in Wales published by Children in Wales in 2011. It considers a range of issues relating to the role of grandparents including childcare, financial support, the impact of family breakdown and how grandparents spend time with their grandchildren.
31.03.11Help at Hand
Children in Wales has written this booklet in partnership with the Welsh Assembly Government and members of the ‘Sdim Curo Plant!/Children are Unbeatable! Campaign. It is intended to provide ideas for parents of young children on helpful ways of dealing with children’s behaviour, including alternatives to smacking.
31.03.11Over the Top Behaviour in the Under 10s
This booklet provides advice for parents with children under ten years old. It provides a range of practical support and helps parents to understand what normal childhood behaviour is and where there might be more serious problems.
31.03.11From Breakfast to Bedtime
This booklet provides a range of advice to support the parents of toddlers. It focuses on positive parenting, encouraging children to feel good about themselves and promoting good behaviour through establishing routines and setting boundaries.