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Volunteer Youth Mentor

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Changing lives is working in partnership with the university of Bedfordshire to recruit enthusiastic role models to make a difference in the lives of young people. Changing Lives will support and supervise these inspiring young role models with a national recognised qualification and allocate them with young people.

A mentor is a caring, adult friend who devotes time to a young person. Although mentors can fill any number of different roles, all mentors have the same goal in common: to help young people achieve their potential and discover their strengths.

All mentors will be asked to go through an application process. As part of that process, they will need to supply personal and professional references, and have a background check and complete a personal interview. The role of a mentor comes with substantial responsibilities and they will be required to take part in an orientation and training. Throughout the duration of the mentoring relationship, full support will be provided from the program coordinator.

 

Strengthening Families Strengthening Communities

This is a universal, preventive program, which is also suitable for targeted intervention. It is for any parent/career of children aged 3 to 18.

Delivery:

13 week program. 3 hours per session.

Programme Aims:

  • The program aims to increase parental self-esteem and increase parental confidence.
  • Achieve positive change in family relationships, promote positive and caring relationships.
  • Aims to reduce child behavioral difficulties
  • Help parents build child self-esteem, confidence and enhance emotional literacy.
  • Program emphasises community cohesion and build parents awareness and involvement in community activities.

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Fathers Selected Triple P Seminar Program

The Selected Triple P seminar program is an early intervention strategy. For all parents interested in parenting education and information about promoting their child’s development, or who may have specific concerns about for managing every day child problem behaviors.

Delivery:

3 seminar sessions. 2 hours per session.

Programme Aims:

  • Prevent behavioral, emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Help parents develop a safe, nurturing environment.
  • Promote positive, caring relationships with their
  • Promoting children’s development
  • Deal with common childhood behavior problems.
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