P.A.C.E. (Parent, Carer and Professionals Events)
A free event to help families better understand the needs and difficulties that young people can face and how to manage potential issues/concerns they have about their young person.
P.A.C.E. (Parent, Carer and Professionals Events) engage families in understanding the needs and difficulties that young people can face. The events help parents and carers to gain more confidence and knowledge about how to manage potential issues or concerns they may have about their young person.
Workshops are run by experts in their field, such as youth organisations, Hampshire CAMHS and Autism Hampshire.
There are information stands available, which provide relevant information on the numerous organisations and charities that provide support for families in Hampshire.
Please view timetable here: Timetable
To request to have an Information Stand at this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The events include a variety of 60-minute workshops which focus on relevant issues, such as:
Please be aware that these events are provided completely free by the NHS, and therefore providing refreshments to all attendees is not possible. The venues for PACE events change, and we rely on sourcing large spaces to allow as many people as possible to attend, therefore we are unable to always provide parking, or be close to accessing local cafes. You are encouraged prior to attending to consider what refreshments you will need, and where you may be able to park. We would encourage you to take into account additional time you may need for parking, etc, in order to arrive at your sessions on time.
Date: Friday 3rd March 2023
Location: Brighton Hill Community School, Brighton Way, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG22 4HS
Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder is a feeding and eating disorder. People with ARFID find it hard to eat enough for healthy growth, development and functioning.
This workshop offers guidelines about anxiety. This will support parents in understanding anxiety while giving them tools on how to support their child at home. Helpful tips and strategies will be discussed during the workshop.
This workshop offers guidance about a range of difficulties that young people may face. This will support parents in understanding these mental health difficulties and give tools on how to support themselves and their young person. Helpful tips and strategies will be discussed during the workshop.
Understanding the Impact of trauma on young people and how together we can help them to recover.
Parent and Carer wellbeing – Looking after yourself to support your child
Parenting, caring for and supporting a child or young person experiencing mental and emotional difficulties is common, however, it can be a lonely, emotional and stressful experience. We recognise parents and carers are key to supporting the mental health of their children, however, there is often a lack of support for the experiences of parents and carers. This workshop will focus on the needs and challenges for parents and carers, as well as provide a range of practical advice and strategies around how to look after yourself in order to better support the wellbeing of your child.
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