Being a new mom is an amazing experience. And it can also be stressful and overwhelming.
You don’t have to face it alone.
The Motherwise support group for new moms is available in Trail. Share your stories, connect with other moms and get the support you need.
The next group will be starting in early 2019.
Contact Kristine at FAIR 250-364-2326 ext 229 for more info
A PDF poster for the groups can be downloaded here: MomsGroupsPoster_V6_Trail 2019
The Transition House is accepting applications for casual Adult Support Workers.
Main duties include providing crisis intervention and support to women who have left violent or abusive relationships, as well as crisis line callers
Education, Experiences and Abilities include:
- Ability to provide non-judgmental, client centered support to people in crisis
- Knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence and abuse
- Crisis Line training
- Human Services Diploma or equivalent post secondary education
- Experience in crisis intervention and/or adult support work
Please click here: Transition House – Casual 2018 to download a PDF of the full posting, which closes at 4pm Fri Nov 9.
Do you enjoy interacting with small children? Do you thrive in a busy environment?
FAIR is accepting applications for casual Childcare workers. Knowledge, skills and abilities include:
- Experience providing care for children, preferably in a group setting
- Ability to interact with children in a creative, flexible and caring manner
- Ability to establish rapport with children
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to provide non-judgmental, client-centered support
- First Aid
- Diploma in Early Childhood Education an asset
Please click here: Childcare Worker – Casual 2018 for a PDF of the complete posting, which closes at 4pm Fri Nov 9th.
There are no perfect parents or perfect children!
The NOBODY’S PERFECT parenting series is a FREE, fun program, where parents who have children aged 0-6 will talk and learn about:
- Children’s growth and learning
- Children’s behavior
- Health and Safety
- Parenting stress
Meet with other parents of young children. Discuss real life parenting solutions. Share parenting questions, concerns and ideas. Discover positive ways of parenting.
Dinner and childcare are provided
Dates: Thursday evenings. The Fall 2018 series is full, but we are taking registrations for the next series which will begin in Jan 2019.
Time: 5pm-7pm (dinner will be provided)
Location: Trail FAIR Society, 2079 Columbia Ave, Trail
To Register: Parents MUST pre-register. Contact Stephanie at 250-364-2326 ext 242
Click here: Flyer Jan 2019 for a printable PDF of the poster for this series
At times all parents feel lost or without a clue about what our child might need from us. Imagine what it might feel like if you were able to make sense of what your child was really asking from you through their behavior.
The Circle of Security Parenting program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can e supported and strengthened.
This series is FREE and childcare will be provided.
Dates: 8 Wednesdays – Oct 17 to Dec 12
Time: 10am to 11:30am
Location: FAIR Office – 2079 Columbia Ave, Trail
Registration: Contact Kristine at 250-364-2326 or KForbes@trailfair.ca
Click here: COS_Parenting_Class_Flyer 2018 to download a printable copy of the poster for this series.