Kia ora all
Just to keep you in the loop, we are in the process of recruiting for the Auckland Regional Coordinator position for the region. We are aiming for a mid June start date. I’ll update you more next month. Many, many thanks to the wonderful key contacts who have stepped up and been supporting caregivers while we have had a vacancy in this role.
Did you know that we have a brand new workshop module we are facilitating around the region? The Importance of Play. This is particularly relevant to the children we have in care sho have missed the learning attributes play develops.
Our other core workshops have also been rewritten with a new focus towards therapeutic care and what that means in how we parent the children in our care differently to build better relationships, resilience and life outcomes. I would like to encourage you all to consider registering and attending these over the next year. Please feel free to make it more fun by bringing along someone who works closely or supports your family and give them the added benefit of understanding how trauma affects our children in care.
Look out for the new/rewritten workshops over the next couple of terms:
- The Importance of Play
- Child Development (updated)
- Understanding and Supporting Behaviour (rewritten)
- Building a Secure Attachment (rewritten)
In the interim, if you need support, have questions or would like to talk with someone, please feel free to ring us here at 0800 693 323.
Hei konā rā (goodbye for now)
We have held three amazing workshops in the region already this term. I hope you took the opportunity to attend one of them.
The Carer Families workshop is coming up in Grey Lynn on Friday 15 June from 9.00am – 3.00pm. There are still places available. Please register now either by following this link or contacting Christine on 0800 100 849 or email@example.com We are beginning our planning of Term 3 workshops at the moment, we will let you know when they are open for registration.
All training start at 9am. Please arrive 10 minutes early to ensure we are able to start promptly. This is to ensure the validity of the programme, that you are able to get the most out of the programme and that you do not interrupt the training. We also request that unless really urgent you stay until the end, 3pm. Please send a text message to Training if you are unable to attend – 027 501 0353.
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