Children’s book that address health conditions, inclusion and diversity.
A series of books written by Wigan author, Alex Winstanley, to help children and families deal with some of life’s most difficult issues will be published next month and are now available to pre-order.
There are currently five books in the series…
My Grandma Has Dementia.
My Uncle Has Depression.
My Brother Has Cancer.
My Cousin Has Tourettes.
My Child Has Cerebral Palsy.
Alex is hoping to expand the series with new books in the years to come.
Signed books are available to pre-order now, along with a free gift at:
Society Support CiC are holding networking event on Wednesday 18th January 2023 from 10am – 2pm for Third Sector Social Enterprises and Charities.
Location: Pemberton Masonic Hall, Chapel St, Wigan WN5 8JP.
A get together to see who is out there and to help each other.
Tables and Stalls are available if required.
For more information, please contact:
Jason Moore, Managing Director, Society Support CiC
07841 538 862
Please note: This is not a Proper Good networking event, which will also be taking place in January, but is certainly worth attending if you can make it.
Hi everyone, we’re new to Proper Good and I’m pleased to have a new opportunity to get to know some new Social Enterprises in the Borough and perhaps reacquaint myself with others.
One of the things I am acutely aware of is the value of working in collaboration with other organisations, whether in formal working arrangements or via sharing of expertise or signposting.
TalkFIRST has been around for almost 10 years now.
Our work is focused on relationships, communication and conflict resolution (mainly for families).
We use a variety of ‘tools’ through our Building Better Relationships programme, such as mediation, family meetings, direct work for parents, children and young people, whether together or separately.
Our work supports families to help improve family dynamics, build confidence and gain understanding of child and adult behaviours, promote good mental health and resilience.
Take a look at our website to find out more about us and how we can support you.
We are now in the planning stages for the second year of the Proper Good programme.
It has been a brilliant journey so far, and we are constantly learning about how we can best support local organisations.
Thank you to everyone who attended the recent feedback events on Social Enterprise Day. And to all those who have contributed their thoughts and ideas in many other ways.
If you have any thoughts on how you would like support in YEAR 2! Please get in touch with Alex at email@example.com, so that we can continue to shape the programme around the needs of our communities.