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Introducing Parentalk

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AMC Parentalk

Starting on Wednesday 7th March from 11am till 12.30pm, we will have Parentalk. Whilst being a parent is one of life's greatest joys, it is also one of its biggest challenges. Parentalk is for parents of children aged up to the early teenage years, giving you the opportunity to talk about the day-to-day challenges you face, as well as sharing the things that are going well.
What can you expect from Parentalk?

  • The opportunity to share experiences
  • Explore parenting principles
  • Watch DVDs of real life stories and animations
  • See humorous dramas
  • Have opportunities to befriend other parents and more.
  • Let's cook will provide the opportunity to cook, bake and eat together.
    Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided and you can bring your children along. Please contact Mel Brown, our Family & Youth Worker for a registration form or for more information:
    Email: familyworker.amc@mail.com | Mobile: 077 171 21887

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