Parenting is not always an easy job to do. At times, it can be a very rewarding experience but especially in these difficult times we can all can feel more overwhelmed than usual. Parents and families may require additional support financially, emotionally or physically. If you feel like you need some support or just a chat, please contact Miss Harrison, who works with our families and parents to provide support and advice. You can call on 07483349449 for a chat or, if you prefer, you can email our confidential email address, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please find below some helpful information around support/activities currently being offered on the Redhill Family Hub during the lockdown period. The hub is being very creative with what it offers, and this is really a start of something new for us all.
If you have any further ideas of what you would like to see, then please get in touch with the Family Hub direct and let them know.
For the best way to keep update with what’s going on, please follow the hub on Facebook. Your continued support is much-appreciated.
Parenting Advice and Support from the Family Hubs
Sleep Advice: The Hub is currently offering very helpful advice and over the phone support regarding sleep. This is being offered to parents with children from the ages of 0 to 18 years old. The advice offers solutions and strategies to help parents struggling with children with poor sleep habits.
Relax Kids: A new mindfulness programme pilot for kids ‘Relax Kids’, is being introduced. This activity will take place via Zoom on an invitation basis only. Hopefully the pilot proves to be helpful allowing us to rolling out the programme to a wider audience.
Baby Massage: Also via Zoom, a new baby massage class is being piloted by invitation only. Again, your support of this activity will help us deliver this service across all four hubs.
Home Safety Advice: Our resident home safety advisor is taking calls around home safety to provide advice and support to parents.
Please follow Redhill Family Hub on Facebook for more information.
Online Parenting Programmes
Here are some free parenting courses that you may like to complete:
• Understanding your Child
• Understanding Pregnancy, Labour, Birth and Your Baby
• Understanding your baby
• Understanding the Teenagers Brain.
Go to www.inourplace.co.uk and use the access code INFINITY to access these free courses.
See below a list of local food banks with their opening times.
For referral criteria please find the Comprehensive Emergency Food Directory on: www.stockton-cab.co.uk/services/emergency-food-aid
The word well-being means the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy. Here at St Joseph’s the well-being of both parents and children is very important to us. For more resources and advice for well-being and mental health for your child or yourself, please visit our Keeping Mentally Healthy page: stjosephsacademy.org.uk/contact/keeping-mentally-healthy
Check out this Meaningful May calendar which has very simple activities to do every day.
CWMT have created a Wellbeing Challenge to help you with your wellbeing and mental health,. They have created some fun activities to help you stay mentally well. Please follow the link below to get a copy of your pack.
More Useful Links:
Money Saving Expert
If you are facing financial challenges, please see Martin Lewis’ website for useful information and advice. It is updated regularly and in line with Government guidance.
It is important that you look after yourself and remember how important you are. Parent Info has lots of ideas for looking after yourself and your children.
On this website, you will find advice as well as contact details if you need to chat to someone about your well-being and mental health.
Information about what you should do if you suspect an adult or child is in danger of domestic abuse.
An online chat service providing support if something doesn’t feel right in your relationship.