Building a Resilient Family

Strengthen family mana and connection, learn how to overcome challenges and create a good life for your whānau.

Are you raising a disabled or neurodiverse child? Learn new approaches and tools to build resilience and create a good life for your children and whānau.

This event is now fully booked. Keep an eye on our events page for upcoming workshops in your region.

Workshop topics include:

• What is resilience and why is it important?
• Inner and outer supports that build resilience
• How Enabling Good Lives (EGL) principles strengthen resilience
• Easy ways to practise skills so your family can meet any challenge with confidence – starting now!

This workshop is facilitated by Karen Miles, Chief Executive of Parent to Parent and Andrea Lee, President of the Parent to Parent National Board. Karen has a degree in psychology, family counselling expertise, and experience across family-led services worldwide. Andrea has a BA in Sociology, and over 30 years’ experience in the Youth, Education and Disability sectors.

Lunch provided. Free of charge, thanks to funding from Care in the Community, Ministry of Social Development.

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