Parent Education and Support - 46 Centres

We believe that parenting is everything and that great parents will grow great children! We work with parents to equip them with the best in knowledge, skills and support so that they can be best parents they can possibly be.

See here for details of our support and educational programmes offered through a strong support network of 46 Centres around the country.

Start at the source and change a generation!

Parents Centres New Zealand opens the door to a wealth of pregnancy, birth and postnatal information and programmes.

Newly launched is our brand new Early Pregnancy Programme. This programme is the first step in your parenting journey with Parents Centre.

The second step is your Childbirth and Early Parenting programme (antenatal classes).

Go to the link here to find out more! 

 

 

Kiwiparent Magazine - subscribe now

Kiwiparent magazine has been New Zealand's leading parenting magazine for decades. It is packed full with advice, real life stories, topical issues and the very latest in product information. Our April/May issue is due out next week so keep an eye out!! A year's subscription is just $45 -what a great gift!

Click here to visit our Kiwiparent website and to subscribe, or pick up the latest copy at The Baby Factory stores nationwide.

 

 

Parents Centres - News

COVID-19 UPDATE MARCH 2020

Parents Centre provides an essential service for parents preparing for their new baby and for the first months of parenthood.

With the potential spread of Covid-19, we taking into consideration requirements to keep everyone who uses our services safe. 

Because the information we provide to parents is time critical, ​and because we want to be proactive during this unsettling time, Parents Centre have ​already put into action new ways to ensure our services are still available to everyone who needs them.

Check your local Centre for their latest information.

The Ministry of Health is providing daily bulletins on what you need to do to keep safe.  Check these daily and remember to frequently wash your hands thoroughly, self-isolate if you are feeling ill and avoid crowded places. The policy of social distancing should now be treated as the new norm, as it slows down the potential spread of CV.

Key messages:

  • Keep up to date with the Ministry of Health’s advice.
  • Wash hand frequently and thoroughly
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Sneeze into your arm or elbow, not your hands
  • Self-isolate if you are not feeling well
  • Keep at least 2 metres from anyone who is unwell

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