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Warwickshire Family and Relationship Support workshops and programmes

None of us were taught how to be parents and sometimes we may find what we’re doing isn’t working or we just want some different strategies in our toolbox.

In Warwickshire, parents to be, parents, carers and grandparents have access to a variety of family and relationships resources and advice. Support can be accessed online, face-to-face through informal advice, one-to-one consultations, group programmes and workshops. The programmes form part of the Stepped Approach within Children and Families which includes a universal offer of workshops and programmes, to be accessed in the first instance, which are facilitated by experienced staff and are free to all Warwickshire parents. The aim is to help families deal with any issues as early as possible.

The guides, workshops and programmes can help you come up with new ideas, problem solve and reduce stress. You won’t be alone with many of the concerns you have so it can be encouraging to recognise and build upon your existing skills, at the same time as sharing and learning from other parents and carers.

Online Guides

There are a range of free online parenting guides to support parents to be, parents and carers feel more confident across all ages of childhood. You are in control of what you learn, at a time that suits you and at your own pace. Enter the code BEAR and a Warwickshire postcode to receive free access.


The Family and Relationships Support team offer a range of virtual and face-to-face workshops. The short, two-hour workshops provide a focussed overview of a theme. Workshop themes include rules, boundaries, routines, sleep, understanding you child and understanding your teenager. You are welcome to ask questions and interact in the session or alternatively turn off your camera and listen.

Workshops are bookable via Eventbrite.


The Family and Relationships Support team offer a range of virtual and face-to-face programmes. The programmes consist of weekly sessions spread across a period of weeks and focus on a theme. Programme themes include nurture, sleep, understanding your child, parenting teenagers, and keeping your child in mind (influence of parental relationships on children).

Programmes are bookable via Eventbrite

Watch the videos below to find out more about the guides, workshops, programmes, and hear what parents and carers have to say about them.

Online guides:

Parent guides, workshops, and programmes:

Parenting teenagers:

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