Bringing up children can be daunting, but it doesn't need to be. Here are some useful links to sites which provide helpful information, advice and guidance.
Westminster has a dedicated parenting co-ordinator to help support parents.
For Baby’s Sake is a programme for expectant parents, whether together as a couple or not, who want to bring an end to domestic abuse and create the best possible start in life for their baby.
For Baby's Sake helps both parents to make the lasting changes that they want for themselves and their family.
For Baby’s Sake could be recommended if:
Pregnancy is ideally before 28 weeks
Both parents are willing to co parent – they do not have to be in a relationship or live together to take part in the programme
Both parents are aged 17 or over when baby is born
The female co parent/baby lives within the three boroughs (Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea).
Telephone: 07702 538 100
PasP is a free evidence based group intervention designed to improve relationships between parents and to increase children’s well-being and success. Groups are led by two experienced and trained facilitators (one male, one female).
A range of parents can benefit from the programme. Parents may be in a relationship together, or may have separated. Parents must be over 18 years of age and have at least one child under 11 living in Westminster. For more information about the Parents as Partners Programme, including information on up-coming groups, and how to refer or self-refer to the service contact Matthew Evans on firstname.lastname@example.org / Shofa Miah on email@example.com.
Information Advice Support Service (IASS) is a free confidential service for parents, children and young people who live in the City of Westminster. We provide access to impartial guidance and support on matters relating to the law, local policy and practice, the local offer and Education, Health and Care (EHC) assessments. Contact your local IASS on firstname.lastname@example.org or advice line 020 7641 5355. Visit the IASS website for further information about their service.
Useful links and documents
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