All Right? Parents and Whānau Stream

Material from the All Right? mental wellbeing campaign, which relates specifically to parents and whānau, including the Tiny Adventures and Let's Talk About Parenting projects.

Last updated
5:23pm 8th January 2020
Type
Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:997

Contains 47 items in 2 collections


All Right? Parents and Whānau: Let's Talk About Parenting
All Right? Parents and Whānau: Let's Talk About Parenting
The Let's Talk About Parenting project was informed by research All Right? carried out, which suggested many parents were doing it tough - struggling to juggle the demands of looking after their kids, their own parents and themselves while at the same time grappling with ongoing stressors such as insurance claims, school changes and broken roads. The aim of the project was to help reassure parents that parenting is extra challenging in the aftermath of a natural disaster and to act as a reminder that there’s no such thing as the perfect parent. It encouraged parents to look after themselves too (not just their kids) and enjoy the little things that really matter (including snotty nosed cuddles, endless nonsensical jokes and music that’s not to their taste…).
Contains 20 items in 1 collection
All Right? Parents and Whānau: Tiny Adventures
All Right? Parents and Whānau: Tiny Adventures
All Right? research shows that post disaster, parents have found it difficult to spend quality time with their children. All Right created a Pack of Tiny Adventures to make it easier for parents to enjoy quick, fun, and affordable activities with their children. Tiny Adventures was developed in partnership with SKIP (Strategies with Kids Information for Parents) gives parents easy ways to connect with their kids - even if they only have a few minutes to spare.
Contains 27 items in 2 collections