Developing a Community Wheel Hub

Relationship Health Practice is about relationships and though distance relationships can be great, when it comes to children's wellbeing it is local relationships that matter most.   Community Hubs are opportunities for people from different organisations and roles to work together.


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Parents-Carers:  Developing a Community Wheel Hub 


How many times have you been to a meeting and heard people talking about the need to invest in parents-carers or concerned about the experience of parent isolation

The Community Wheel is a membership organisation focussed on valuing the needs and skills development of parents-carers and a relationship health practice approach in local communities.  

The first Community Wheel has been set up in the Kendal area by Relationship Health Matters CIC.

To set up a Mini Hub you must have the support of a member school or locality based service which is constituted to support parents-carers such as a Parent-Teacher Association or local group.


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Community Wheel offers

A Membership Community 

Through our work with the community hubs we work to develop a supportive community that is focussed on building the skills for relationship health in adults-young people

Study Support for I Matter Learning

Relationship Health Matters CIC works with partners to provide study support and social opportunties for adults-young people of all ages on an I Matter Learning Journey

Offering Responsive  Support

We develop social opportunities for children and adults, and aim to respond to gaps for those with additional needs through working over a longer term process 

A COMMUNITY WHEEL HUB OFFERS THE PREVENTION LEVEL RELATIONSHIP HEALTH MATTERS STRATEGY
We know that local matters and that local is where relationships happen best.
So as a second step in relationship health practice - why not apply to set up a local community wheel - as in Kendal
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If this sounds of interest - please contact us


Relationship Health is an overlooked idea that helps professionals and parents-carers work together to help young people in their own communities