Tag Archive for: familysupport

CHEXS Spring / Summer Events

We have some fantastic events coming up for CHEXS during the Spring / Summer season.

Stage 5 – Winter Crafts sessions

Our free Stage 5 - Winter Crafts sessions in your child's school this winter are now complete. What fantastic sessions they were!

Family Support Blog #23 – Practical life skills

This month's Family Support Blog is all about practical life skills. This blog offers helpful advice and support as well as what to look out for.

Annual Report 2022-23

CHEXS new annual report 2022-23 is now published and ready to read on our website, find the links here within this post.

Family Support Service update – May 2023

Our Family support team have been busy over the last couple of months delivering services to our families, here is an update for May 2023.

Family Support Blog #22 – Are you worried about your child self harming

This month's Family Support Blog is all about self-harm and your child. This blog offers helpful advice and support as well as what to look out for.

National Lottery partners until 2027

CHEXS are delighted to announce that we will continue to…

Family Support Blog #21 – Special time with your children

This month's Family Support Blog is all about spending special time with your child / children.

Family Support Blog #20 – How to get your Family off their devices

This month's Family Support Blog is all about helping to offer some advice for getting your family off their electronic devices

Family Support Service update – Feb 2023

Our Family support team have been busy over the last couple of month with lots of exciting projects, here is a family support service update for Feb 2023.

Transition support – Sponsored by Warburtons

Bridging the Gap is a project supported by Warburtons and helps young people struggling with the transition from Primary to secondary school.

Family Support Blog #19 – Supporting your child’s mental health

This month's Family Support Blog is all about helping to offer some advice for parents struggling with their child's mental health..