Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can my son attend your FAMILY programs without his father?
A: In our family programs, if Dad is unable to be there, than we encourage a man in his life such as an Uncle, Grandfather, family friend, coach or teacher to attend with him.
Q: My relationship with my son’s father is strained, what if they don’t want to come?
A: If you have a strained relationship with your partner this can be a great opportunity. We have seen all configurations and dynamics in families and encourage you to persist. Basically, you both love him and staying focused on doing something special for him is the key. We have witnessed much healing in challenging relationships by engaging in these FAMILY programs.
Q: What happens in your programs? What’s involved?
A: Our programs are designed to be fun, engaging and make the most of a shared learning experience. Life skills are woven into the enjoyable experience so that learning is easy.
Our father and son programs ignite or reignite one of the most important relationships your boy will ever have. These programs can be the beginning of a totally new phase and new way of relating in your family.
Q: What do we cover in our Supporting Teenagers Parent talks?
A: Our Parent evenings support families to make the best of these often-challenging teenage years.
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Q: Where do you run your programs and how can I bring your programs to my children’s school or club?
A: We currently deliver our programs in existing communities such as schools, community organisations and sporting clubs.
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