Relate can help families witha disabled child to strengthentheir relationships.You don’t have to cope on your own.Relate could provide you with up to four sessionsof subsidised family or relationship counselling.
At Relate, we understand that asrewarding as caring for a disabledchild can be, it can put your familyrelationships under extra strain.Couples caring for a disabled child are at greater riskof problems in their relationship, and relationshipbreakdown, but we know that having a little extrasupport can really help to strengthen your familyor couple relationship, and help you all to enjoyfamily life.We are currently able to provide up to four freeor subsidised sessions of family or relationshipcounselling in your local area.Call 0300 100 1234 for more information.
RELATIONSHIP SUPPORT FROM RELATE BIRMINGHAM AVAILABLE FORPARENTS RAISING A DISABLED CHILDSubsidised relationship support for parents with a disabled child is now available fromlocal charity, RelateBirmingham.RelateBirmingham understands that, whilst rewarding and enjoyable, raising a disabledchild can for some be an overwhelming experience and put pressure on the family unit.RelateBirmingham, can now offer counselling for families or couples to help themunderstand and strengthen their relationships.Having a disabled child can put family relationships under extra strain. Couples caringfor a disabled child are at greater risk of problems in their relationship and relationshipbreakdown, which is why Relate are so pleased to be able to offer a tailored supportpackage to help people enjoy family life.When parents are stressed and under pressure, this can have a big impact on children,which is why it’s so important that parents are able to access this bit of extra support.Parents interested in the scheme will be able to access four sessions of relationshipcounselling either as a family or a couple across the country. More information can befound at http://www.relate.org.uk/news/45/index.html or by calling RelateBirmingham on0121 643 1638.Notes to editors: Relate’s vision is a future in which healthy relationships form the heart of a thriving society Relate’s services extend beyond couple counselling to family counselling, counselling foryoung people, online counselling, sex therapy and informal workshops Relate works in schools, primary care settings, prisons, and Children’s Centres Relate supports 150,000 people each year in over 600 locations in England, Wales andNorthern Ireland Relate has a work-force of 2,000 people nationwide For more information and advice visit: www.relate.org.uk1
<strong>Relate</strong> can help families witha disabled child to strengthentheir relationships.You don’t have to cope on your own.<strong>Relate</strong> could provide you with up to four sessionsof subsidised family or relationship counselling.