Family Programme

… support, guidance and friendship


The Family Programme provides access to family support through parenting groups, weekly classes and activities delivered by an experienced Family Support Worker. Education, prevention and intervention are identified ways of supporting child development and our team bring new ideas, skills and techniques to the programme to contribute to strengthen families for the future.

The Family Forum is made up of parents and carers from the community who have a vested interest in reviewing and contributing to the development of activities and services for families.

Key to the success of the Family Programme is working together, listening and supporting our families to enable the realisation of our vision. Going forward the Trust is actively seeking government funding to further develop its Family Programme.

Saturday Kids Club

The Saturday Kids Club for children with special needs, aged eight years and above, is a weekly group offering fun and friendship with activities delivered by specialist play workers (attendance criteria applies – please call for more information).

Solihull Parenting Group – Understanding Your Child’s Behaviour

This free ten week course aims to help parents and carers understand their child’s development and behaviour. The course is run by trained facilitators and sessions include:

• having fun together
• how children develop
• behaviour difficulties
• how to recover when things go wrong
• communicating with your child
• parenting styles
• anger and temper tantrums
• sleep patterns

Parents and carers can self-refer onto this invaluable course. Other organisations working with families are able and encouraged to refer into this service.