SIGN UP for FREE online parenting courses
Bringing up children is a lot of fun but can also have its challenges and times when receiving some advice would be helpful.
Are you a parent, grandparent or carer and live in the Frimley Health and Care area covering East Berkshire, Surrey Heath and North East Hampshire and Farnham?
(This includes Ascot, Bracknell, Windsor and Maidenhead, Slough and North East Hampshire and Farnham).
If so, we're offering you free access to NHS backed, online parenting courses and guides which include top tips from childcare, education and NHS health experts. Topics include;
- Understanding your pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby
- Understanding your baby
- Understanding your child 0 to 19 years
- Understanding your teenager’s brain
Sign up for free parenting classes
Registration is quick and easy:-
To get free access to the courses, if you live in East Berkshire or North East Hampshire and Farnham use the access code 'PARENTING’.
If you live in Surrey it is ACORN.
(Access codes are not case sensitive)
Access to the courses and guides are unlimited with no expiry date, so you can return as and when you need and want to.
Each guide has between 5 to 11 sessions which last roughly 20 minutes each and activities that can be carried out between courses.
What people have said about the courses:
“It’s an absolutely brilliant course. And is a fantastic way to educate us all to pause and stop and try to see what’s behind the behaviour rather than responding to the behaviour. Applies to work colleagues/ friends/ acquaintances as well as kids! Win win win.”
“This course has been an absolutely invaluable gift to me. It has and will change so many aspects of my life. I am undoubtedly a better parent and more rounded and fulfilled person as a result. Some aspects have literally been like ‘Eureka’ moments to me! I WISH I’d known all this years ago.”
Frimley LMS is part of Frimley Health and Care Integrated Care System (ICS), a partnership of NHS, health services, local authorities, voluntary sector and local people working to improve health and care services
The online guides and classes contain advice relevant to expectant parents, parents, grandparents and carers of children of all ages including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
The guides are also available in a wide range of community languages.