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Communicare’s South-East Metropolitan Parenting Support Service (SEMPSS) helps parents to improve their confidence, parenting skills and relationships with their child.

Last week, we were touched to receive an email from a parent who is currently attending one-on-one individual consults with SEMPSS Parenting Facilitator Lisa, completing our ‘Circle of Security’ Parenting Course.

The parent is currently managing multiple illnesses and is in constant pain yet felt it important to share her thanks and appreciation for the support she is receiving from Communicare. She also thanked us for the individual support and information she receives, as well as the warm welcome from the reception team when she arrives at our office.

“Lisa, thank you, you’re helping me by saving my life and securing my future and my son’s future by helping and teaching me to teach my son. My son will then teach whoever he wishes in life.

What a beautiful gift that you have given us and the community.

“I will continue to advise Communicare to anyone, I am proud of myself for choosing these volunteering courses as I get through these illnesses and lessons in life. So, thank you Communicare for your ongoing support.

“I really hope Communicare and yourself Lisa realise the positive impact it is having on the community to better our children and parents of today’s chaotic world it can bring.

“I wish the government and/or courts, hospitals, schools of today for all new parents, i.e. mothers and fathers, single mothers and/or single fathers made (this) compulsory, just like school is.

“To do these courses I feel it would create a better life and positive outcomes for all, even if it was one thing that one parent could learn and take home, then everybody benefits.”

To find out more about the work of our SEMPSS team, visit our website here. 


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