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Support Services March 2020


Parents’ Aidis still in action supporting families despite the current pandemic, seeking creative ways to deliver services whilst home visits are not advisable and our locality surgeries at risk of closure due to restrictions on use of the venues. It may, for example, be possible for us to deliver mediation remotely using an app such as Lifesize.  We still welcome referrals and would like to encourage families to ring in at any time if they think we may be able to help.

 We have been asked by a partner agency to circulate the following notice:-

Winter Meeting 2020






All welcome!

Happy Holidays!

Warmest greetings at this holiday season to all our partners, team members and families - have a good one! The information line will be open over Christmas - please feel free to use it if you need.

Thoughts for families at this season

These are the wishes of all of us at Parents' Aid for our families and friends as Christmas approaches -

2019 AGM

All welcome!

Annual Report 2019



Our Annual Report for 2019 has now been added to page 4 of our website!


Advance notification!





Please contact Hazel to find out more about this great opportunity!

Spring meeting 2019

All welcome!

Happy Easter!

Parents' Aid wishes all our friends and partners a relaxing and untroubled Easter.

Time Out For Parents at the Megacentre

Jan and Julie will be offering this course in the summer term - it provides an opportunity for parents to support and encourage each other, share feelings and experiences, and come up with solutions to problems on the basis of what works – not what’s meant to work! The seven sessions are written by parents and professionals with input from many different families with experience of children with special needs. They aim to help support parents in meeting their child’s needs, focussing on children aged between 3 to 11 years with a disability or special needs, particularly those who have learning, developmental and behavioural issues.
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