Parenting workshop for Bromley families with additional needs

PUBLISHED: 07:00 23 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:30 23 February 2018

The free workshops will help with unique challenges parents may face. Picture: Contact

The free workshops will help with unique challenges parents may face. Picture: Contact


Parents of young children with additional needs in Bromley are invited to free workshops to help them with some of the unique challenges that they face.

Families with additional needs will benefit from the workshops. Picture: ContactFamilies with additional needs will benefit from the workshops. Picture: Contact

Contact, the charity for families with disabled children, is running a series of free, welcoming and informative workshops throughout March for parents of children aged 0-5 with additional needs.

The workshops will be held at the Phoenix Children’s Centre in Bromley and there are a small number of crèche spaces available.

Judy Trayford, Contact parent adviser for the South East, said: “At Contact we understand that discovering your child needs extra support and may have a disability or additional need can be difficult and parents may feel isolated.

“This workshop will give local parents confidence and a boost in knowledge to help them with the unique challenges they face.”

To book on to these workshops and for any crèche places, call Judy Trayford on 07920 654989 or email.


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