Many individuals face barriers to accessing conventional family resources and parenting supports. The Parent Resource Centre’s In-Home Parent Support service is based on a detached outreach concept that aims to provide short-term, one-on-one parent education, resources, and support using teaching tools and interventions that are appropriate for the individual client in an environment where the client feels most comfortable. This service may also act as a“transition” support for some families prior to directly linking the clients to on-going community supports and services such as those found at Ontario Early Years Centres and Community Health Centres.
In-Home Parent Support currently provides services to parents who are involved with, or at-risk of becoming involved with the Children’s Aid Society. Services are available to parents with children between the ages of 0 and 18 years of age.
Support and advocacy are provided regarding:
For more information on In-Home Parent Support or to complete an intake form contact the Cient Support Coordinator at 613-565-2467 ext. 222
A parenting program for parents with children 0-6 years of age involved
with the Children's Aid Society of Ottawa
This 10 week parenting course allows participants to discuss and learn hands-on techniques on topics that are most important to families with young children. Each session involves sharing information and active group work to practice what is discussed.
Topics covered include:
Participants must register before the program begins. An intake form will be completed with each person over the phone.
This course is appropriate for parents that have been requested/mandated to take a parenting course who may or may not have their children in their care.
There is no cost for this program.
Help with bus tickets is available upon request.