Supporting Kids is our free parenting webinar series created to teach parents and carers simple strategies to improve their children’s wellbeing.
Launched in response to the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns on children’s mental health, Supporting Kids applies a practical and strengths-based approach to teaching emotionally aware parenting.
Parents and carers attending Supporting Kids webinars receive expert advice and resources to help their children:
In each Supporting Kids webinar our experienced staff demonstrate proven strategies to help support the mental wellbeing of children, while keeping things interactive and engaging.
Webinars are accompanied by follow-up fact sheets with additional resources and strategies, as well as recorded versions of the webinars for parents to view at a time that best suits them. Certificates of participation are also available.
The webinars cover a range of topics, including mindful parenting and emotional regulation. The content has been designed for parents and carers, however educators and childcare professionals can also benefit from the workshops.
Supporting Kids has been designed for parents of children of all ages. Some sessions are geared towards supporting young children, while others focus on connecting with older kids and teenagers.
The dates of upcoming Supporting Kids webinars are TBD. They will be listed here when registration opens.
CAPS Supporting Kids webinars are free for NSW parents, carers and educators. Anyone who registers will also receive access to a recorded version of the session, as well as a resource handout.
If you would like to be notified about upcoming webinars, you can subscribe to our newsletter or follow CAPS on Instagram or Facebook.
CAPS is proud to partner with the following organisations to keep kids safe, supported and loved:
CAPS thanks the following organisations for their incredibly generous support:
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