Support group: Reading

Quarterly

What?
Support group: Reading
When?
Quarterly
Where?
Reading, UK

Primary contact:
Bethany
Contact email:
bethany.hare@homeforgood.org.uk

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For foster carers, kinship carers, special guardians and adopters in the Reading area.

Come along, 'stay and play' and be served breakfast by church members whilst the children can enjoys arts and crafts. Its an opportunity to build friendships and offer support if needed. It is an informal gathering with lots of fun activities for children to take part in. If your child has an interest in a specific topic let the team know and they can see what they can do to cater for them and ensure there is something they enjoy. All ages are welcome however they normally cater for 0-14 years (if they know an older child is coming they can always look at what else they can provide).

>Home for Good recognises how valuable peer-to-peer support groups can be for carers and adoptive parents and we know that groups connect people who encourage and support each other in amazing ways. We resource facilitators of peer-to-peer groups and signpost people to groups that meet in their area. However, groups are not run by Home for Good and are therefore the sole responsibility of the church or organisation which hosts them.

This group has committed to adhere to our peer-to-peer support group guidelines. If you have concerns about a peer-to-peer support group, please do let us know as we encourage the promotion of good practice throughout the network of groups that have connected with us.

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