Mevagh Family Resource Centre in conjunction with LYFS are providing MEET ‘Healthy Lifestyles Programme’ in your area.
MEET ‘Healthy Lifestyles Programme’ encompasses skills based, fully evaluated programme (Univ. of Ulster ) to tackle childhood obesity and promote healthy lifestyles in Donegal.
- Make healthier food choices,
- Build confidence to change
- Healthier Family
- An increased awareness of food habits;
- Cooking Skills
- Increased Physical Activity
The programme is for parents/guardians of children from 0-5 years.
The programme lasts for 8 weeks and there is no charge.
Time: 10 am-12 noon. It will take place each Friday morning for 8 weeks
The Parents Plus Adolescents Programme is a practical and positive course in parenting adolescents (aged 11 to 16) focusing on effective communication, problem solving and building positive relations. Topics Include: getting to know and connecting with your teenager, communicating positively and effectively, building your teenager’s self-esteem and confidence, negotiating rules and boundaries, teaching teenagers responsibility, positive discipline for teenagers, managing conflict, solving problems together. Starting beginning of October in Milford. Morning and evening workshops will be offered. For details and bookings, call Margaret or Pauline on 9155055 or 087 9228944. All workshops are free but there is a charge of €10 for Parents Pack.
Child Health & Well-being Event – Mulroy Community Health Forum invite you to attend our free information and advice workshop for parents which will include speakers and information on diet, dental hygiene, speech and language therapy, sleep and behaviour, general health and well-being, support agencies for parents and much more. This event will be held on Thursday 6th October from 6:00 to 9:00 pm in Mulroy Woods Hotel, Milford. Chef Martin Anderson will be in attendance to provide a cookery demonstration on healthy eating. All are welcome to attend. This event is being organised by Mulroy Community Health Forum in association with Donegal Local Development Company Ltd and Donegal Community Health Network.