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Mother@work

The webzine that deals with working lives, family lives and personal lives. Practical advice and information to help you get the balance right.

http://www.motheratwork.co.uk

BBC Parenting

The BBC offers excellent information, tips and advice for parent of children of all ages. The website covers a wide range of issues including homework, exams, bullying, health and well being, eating disorders, drugs, alcohol and sex.

www.bbc.co.uk/parenting

Dads Unlimited

A web site full of ideas, resources and tips for dads.

www.dadsunlimited.co.uk

Talk to Frank

A web site for parents who want advice, information and support about children and drugs.

www.talktofrank.com

Parent Line Plus

Parentline Plus is a national charity offering support and advice to parents.

www.parentlineplus.org.uk

Direct Gov

Provides information for parents on promoting teenagers’ good health and well being with advice on issues such as alcohol, sex, drugs and playing truant.

www.direct.gov.uk

Kidscape

Advice and information for parents worried about their children being bullied or bullying.

www.kidscape.org.uk

Haliborange

Top tips on helping children with their homework (PDF format)

The Coaching Academy

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Take a look around our website for all the information you need about coach training with The Coaching Academy. As Europe ’s largest coach training organisation, our coach training programmes give you the tools you need to become a professionally qualified coach with a recognised qualification.

http://www.the-coaching-academy.com/youthcoaching/

See what others are saying

“Great.  I feel I’m back in control … and much less stressed.”
Nuala Garvey, Practical Parenting

"It was a great opportunity to hear the experiences and common challenges of fellow working Dads and to share some of the practical ideas we all have to effectively balance our work and family time."
Ed Damant, FIM Marketing & Sales

“The basic concept is that it’s the same person who comes to work who was at home.  If you’ve got issues at home with your children then you’re going to be less productive at work”
D Wilson, Head of People Networks, BT, Sunday Times

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