Family Matters - Ruils
Family Matters is a project run by Ruils. Ruils is a user-led charity that supports people of all ages with a wide range of disabilities and mental health conditions.
Family Matters supports parents in Hounslow. A Parent Support Worker will provide practical support, advice and information, through intelligent signposting to families with children with disabilities and/or additional needs who are feeling under pressure or experiencing difficulties.
The Parent Support Worker will:
- Listen to your worries and experiences in a non-judgemental way
- Work with you to identify what is working and what is not working
- Support you to focus on areas of family life that you find challenging and work with you to identify steps to address some of these difficulties
- Provide you with information on activities and services and support you to access them
- Facilitate monthly workshops where you can meet other parents and learn techniques to deal with common issues such as sleep, sensory and behavioural issues
- Provide 1:1 support for parents and carers of children with extra needs. We can work with you to focus on areas of family life that are causing concern and identify steps to address them. We can provide information, support and advocacy services
- Age Range
- Additional Information
All support workers hold current and enhanced DBS certificates and carry out regular training. Ruils is a registered charity no: 1127896 Company No. (England & Wales): 6682677
- SEND Details
The Family Matters service offers one to one support sessions for families with children with disabilities and/or additional needs who are feeling under pressure or experiencing difficulties. Family Matters also runs a series of workshops covering subjects requested by parents, including challenging behaviour, EHCPs and sensory issues.
All Family Matters and Ruils services operate out of fully accessible buildings.
Where to go
- Name of venue
- The DAAC
- Venue address
4 Waldegrave Road
- TW11 8HT
Who to contact
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