Children's Group

By: Familial Trust  06-Dec-2011


Children's Group

 The Familial Trust Children's Group is for children aged between 5 and 13 years who are affected by another family members addiction.Often, children from addicted homes have difficulty having fun andbeing playful and take themselves too seriously.Our group provides a safe place for children to come along and havefun.  Through attending our group and having fun the children learn:safety, boundaries, routines, it's ok to say no, they're not alone,self-esteem & confidence, trust, sharing, social skills and positivemodelling of behaviour through leaders.We have set criteria in place for enrolling children to ensure their safety.For more information on this please contact us.


We welcome people who would like to come on board as a group leader. 
(please see Information/Newsletters/Issue 3, 2011 for more about how to become a Children's Group Leader)For further information about becoming a leader please contact us.Co-ordinator: 

Manager:  Thanks

A huge thank you to the following businesses who have kindly donated goods towards our group in 2010:The Warehouse Riccarton
Kmart Shirley
Kmart Riccarton
Farmers Hornby
Baker Boys Ltd
Pak n Save Riccarton
The Warehouse Barrington
Fresh Choice Barrington
Progressive Enterprises Ltd


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