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New ChCh Parent Hub website being launched

Wednesday, April 26, 2017   Posted in: Healthy Christchurch Notices By: Administrator With tags: parenting, resources, information, services, consultation

All Right?The All Right? campaign received feedback from parents was how they could find local information, especially parenting groups and programmes - as part of their work with the CEAT Parenting Package.

So All Right? have created a webpage - fondly referred to as the Parent Hub - that includes courses, workshops groups and seminars in Greater Christchurch for parents.

The Parent Hub is will be launched on Thursday 1st June 2017 alongside a poster, Facebook campaign and brochures which double as routine charts for younger and older kids/teens.

All Right? would like your feedback to ensure that the Parent Hub looks like a place your parenting groups could be. They have received great feedback during the preliminary stages and expect it will be a well-used resource for Canterbury parents.

View the proposed new Parent Hub from the All Right? campaign - password: allrightparenting.

Please provide your feedback or updates by Friday 5th May 2017 - either by email or via the online feedback form on the Parent Hub webpage. 

You are welcome to list your parent groups, programmes, workshops or seminars free of charge on the Parent Hub.

Contact All Right? Family Advisor Anna Mowat for more information or to get listed on the Parent Hub (021 71 21 73 or annamowat[at]

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