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Incredible Years is an evidence-based support programme for parents of children aged between three and eight years.
It can help you deal with challenging behaviours such as aggressiveness, answering back, refusing to follow rules and other acting out behaviours in a positive way. It’s all about creating an enjoyable and harmonious family life!
During the 14 week programme you’ll gain useful knowledge and learn practical skills that will help you build strong relationships with your children and promote positive behaviour. Topics include:
- helping your child learn through play
- encouraging good behaviour through praise, encouragement and incentives
- setting limits and following through with consequences such as time out
- teaching children to problem solve.
Key to Incredible Years is the valuable insights you’ll gain from other parents as you discuss parenting principles and strategies, share experiences and identify your own strengths, and learn that you’re not alone.
Family Works Taranaki is not offering Incredible Years this term. To find another provider please contact your local Ministry of Education office, their details can be found on their website.
Family Works Hutt Valley is not offering Incredible Years this term. To find another provider please contact your local Ministry of Education office, their details can be found on their website.
Date: Tuesday 6 March to Tuesday 26 June 2018
Time: 9.30am to 12pm
Venue: Family Works Turret House, 42 Fox St, Featherston
To register: phone (06) 308 8028 or email us
The Incredible Years programme is available in Taranaki, Hutt Valley and Wairarapa thanks to funding from the Ministry of Education. If you are looking for a similar service in another region please contact us to discuss your needs.
Family Works Central’s parenting education and support is only made possible thanks to the support and generosity of our communities. Click here to make a donation to Family Works Central or call 0508 TO HELP (that’s 0508 86 4357).