Age and Stage: Adolescents


The Parents Plus Adolescent Programme is a practical & positive course to help parents discover ways of communicating with teenagers (11 to 16 year), that will help encourage positive family relationships and enable teenagers grow into confident young adults. Topics include: Positive Parenting and Positive Communication Getting along with and […]

Parents Plus Healthy Families Programme

                        Attention Families Do you want to help your family to be healthy and happy? Join our Parents Plus ‘Healthy Families Programme’ and meet other parents in a supportive group to make this a reality. Tuesday mornings from 7th […]

Bereaved Children’s Awareness Week 2022

Bereaved Children’s Awareness Week 2022 Every November, the Irish Childhood Bereavement Network (ICBN) organise a series of events across Ireland to highlight bereaved children’s needs and provide a voice for them to be heard. Children are the “hidden mourners” in our society they feel the loss over a lifetime, and […]

Parents Plus partner with Parent Line

Each course is delivered online via Zoom by a professionally qualified facilitator over six two-hour weekly sessions to a group of about 14 parents.

– All sessions are interactive, with plenty of time to address individual goals and concerns.

– Two weeks prior to starting the course, the facilitator contacts each parent to discuss their goals and to ensure the course meets their needs.

– You will also receive the accompanying course parent book by post.

-We will be anonymously collecting pre and post course feedback from parents to help us evaluate the benefits of the course. We will give you more details when you sign up.

Girls Get Active

Girls Get Active Hackathon

Create New And Different sport and exercise opportunities to help girls find their tribe, contribute your ideas through the Girls Get Active Hackathon.  Many Teenage girls across Ireland are missing out on the benefit of sport and physical activity because they don’t think they are “sporty enough”, they don’t know […]