Monday, May 01, 2017

Let's Talk about Parenting series continues

The ‘Let’s Talk about Parenting’ talks for May/June in County Kildare’s libraries will include a wide variety of issues, writes Brian Byrne.

These will include Coping with an Anxious Child and Panic Attacks, Nurturing the Seeds of Self-Discipline, Independence and Confidence in Children 2-6 years Old, Helping Children Who Worry Too Much, and Understanding Eating Disorders.

Other discussions will be on Help your Baby or Young Child Sleep Better, The Transition from Preschool to Primary School (for Parents), First Aid for Parents, and Where do I come from, where do I go? And more.

The full programme can be acquired from your local Library, or downloaded directly here.

The series has been organised by Kildare Library Service with support from HSE Primary Care Psychology Team, TUSLA Child and Family Agency, Public Health Nurse HSE, Treoir, Kildare Youth Service, Kildare County Childcare Committee, Teach Tearmainn, Community Awareness of Drugs and is funded by Kildare County Council.

Attendance at all of the events is free of charge and open to everyone but advance booking is required. Please contact the library where the talk is happening to book your place.