Date(s) - 11-September-2019 to 02-October-2019
Dice is a supportive, non-judgemental programme for parents and carers who are concerned about their children’s safety. It could be that their child/children are showing signs of risk taking and/or vulnerability. Vulnerability can lead to exploitation. DICE helps parents/carers learn more about exploitation, including recognising the signs, so that they can help to keep their child safer. Single parents are very welcome to bring someone along from their support network, if they would like to.
DICE is a 2 hour programme which runs for 4 weeks, including the following;
- Introductions and thinking about the life of a teenager, including; stresses and worries, behaviours, brain development, building positive and non-judgemental family communication.
- The exploitation of children and young people, including the cycle of grooming and different models of exploitation. How do parents make the ‘pull’ of home greater, as a counter measure against being exploited? Children’s rights and family values explored.
- Digital dangers – In partnership with Veritas from Brighton (Cyber Security Specialist). Practical solutions/ideas to help keep your child safer on-line and on digital devices.
- The importance of self-esteem and praise for your teen’s well-being and positive decision making. Parenting top tips and identifying supports/services available in the locality.
How to book a place on the DICE Course:
Email [email protected] to reserve a place. A ‘book a place’ form will need to be completed, this can be sent via email.
For further details contact: [email protected] or call 07892 756 943