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Stepping Stones Triple P Parenting Programme - For Parents of a Child with a Disability



What Is Stepping Stones Triple P?

You have a child with an intellectual or physical disability, and life is incredibly tough. Your child may seem unwilling or unable to follow instructions or master new skills. Perhaps they have terrible tantrums or emotional meltdowns. Maybe they can’t make friends or play with their siblings. If the pressure of raising a child with a special need is straining your family life, Stepping Stones Triple P may help.

Stepping Stones is based on Triple P’s positive parenting strategies. It helps you manage problem behaviour and developmental issues common in children with disability. It also helps encourage behaviour you like, cope with stress, develop a close relationship with your child and teach your child new skills.

Stepping Stones Triple P at Hallfield Primary School

You can take part in the Triple P Parent Programme for parents of children with a disability in Westminster at Hallfield Primary School. Check back here for dates or contact Mary Mbwana-Fernandes on the details below.

The sessions are aimed at parents of a child up to the age of 12. However, if you are the parent of an older child you are welcome to contact the team to discuss whether the sessions would be helpful for you.

Unfortunately, there will be no creche available during the sessions.   

To book: Please complete the referral form and send back to Mary Mbwana- Fernandes (mmbwanafernandes@westminster.gov.uk)



Who to contact

Contact Name
Mary Mbwana-Fernandes
Contact Position
Programme Facilitator
Telephone
 020 7641 6157
E-mail
 mmbwanafernandes@westminster.gov.uk
Website
More information about the Triple P Programme

Where to go

Address
Hallfield Primary School
Porchester Gardens
London
Postcode
W2 6JJ

Local Offer

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Last Updated 29/08/2019

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