Parents in Partnership Meeting
Saturday, May 18th
Parents in Partnership is a group for parents and family carers of young adults with additional needs.
This group affords parents and carers the opportunity to meet, talk to each other in confidence about issues particular to them and consider options that can reduce their social isolation and improve their quality of life. The group will also provide an opportunity for collective advocacy which is an empowering and enabling practice for individuals.
The group is very informal and free refreshments are provided.
Price: No charge
Marathon House, 93 Bonnygate
The event runs from 10:00am to 12:00pm on the following dates.
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