Following guidance from the Government with regard to the coronavirus (COVID-19), before attending an activity, group, drop in,
course or event listed on our directory please contact the organisation who is running the service to ensure it is still taking place.
Parenthood can be extremely rewarding, enlightening and enjoyable. It can also be demanding, frustrating and exhausting.
For help with parenting a child or teenager come to one of our free parenting courses.
- Incredible Years Parenting for parents of children under 5
- Triple P Parenting for parents of 1yr - 10yrs olds
- Incredible Years Parenting for parents of 4yrs - 11yrs olds
- Triple P Parenting for parents of 5yrs - 10yrs olds
- Triple P Parenting for parents of Teenagers
If you would like to attend please email your contact details stating which course you are interested in.
Ask for family support
Wokingham Borough Council
Service provided by Wokingham Borough Council
Where to go
- Courses run at various locations
When is it On/Open ?
- Date & Time Information
Courses run term time only and are dependant on numbers.
Most courses are daytime courses although some also run an evening course.
- Session Information
All courses run weekly over 5-12 weeks dependant on the course required.
Costs and Fee Information
- Cost details
Courses are free to Wokingham Borough Council tax payers.
- Funding Notes
Courses are free to Wokingham Borough residents.
- How is the service funded
Facilities and Accessibility
- Additional Information
Courses are run during the day or in the evening, dependent on the course.
Unfortunatly we are unable to provide a creche for our courses and parents are asked to source their own childcare.
Places are limited and open to Wokingham Borough Council tax payers only.
Accessing this service
- Age Ranges
All parents and childcare providers e.g. grandparents
are welcome to attend.
- Eligibility Criteria
Parents and carers of children and young people.
- Booking / Registration Required
- Booking and Registration Notes
- Referral required
- Who can refer
Via JobCentre Plus
Via Looked After Children Teams
Via Youth Offending Team
Via GP or other health professional
By Parents or Family
By Appointment Only
By Invitation Only
Via Housing Advice
Via Family Worker
Via Young People`s Support Unit
Via Independent Living Team
Via Social Services
0 - 25 SEND Service
Via Voluntary agencies
- Supporting people with
Mental health conditions
Autism Spectrum Conditions
Children with Additional Needs
Learning and Communication
Other long term conditions
Facilitator have formal qualifications in either Incredible Years and/or Triple P parenting.
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