Parenting

Jigsaw4u offers 2 parenting services - the Parent Child Game and The Who's In Charge 9 week programme for parents of defiant or abusive children

Jigsaw4u offers two parenting services. The Who’s In Charge? parenting programme is for parents of children who are beyond control, defiant or abuse. This is open to parents in both Merton and Sutton.

Jigsaw4u also offers The Parent Child Game parenting programme. This can be accessed through Sutton Alliance – Behaviour Management/Parenting. This service can also be spot purchased if the case doesn’t meet the Sutton Alliance criteria.

The Jigsaw4u Who’s in Charge? group is an 8 week programme for parents or carers of young people (10 to 16 years old) who are beyond control, violent or defiant.  This is a service for families living in Sutton only.

The group aims to

  • Provide a supportive environment to share experiences and ideas
  • Reduce the guilt and shame which parents might feel
  • Offer ideas to help you develop individual strategies for managing your child’s behaviour
  • Explore ways of increasing safety and well-being
  • Help parents feel more in control and less stressed

Starting: Thursday 17th of January from 10:00am to 12:30pm

At: The Salvation Army Sutton, Benhill Avenue Sutton SM1 4DD

Referrals can be made by any agency and must be completed on a Who’s In Charge?  referral form.

Or contact the project coordinators: Mona Ahmed or Angie Conway at Jigsaw4u: 020 8687 1384

The programme is a more specialist parenting programme which works with and supports both parents and child to enhance parenting skills, improve child behaviour and improve parent-child relationships.

To spot purchase this service please contact Laila Morgan at our office number to discuss this further.

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