parental support

Don’t Miss: An Upcoming “Learning How to Learn” One-day Workshop for Parents and Children from Mindgility

For those families that have children soon to or have just transitioned from primary to secondary school, you would hope that the change would be a seamless one for both the child and parents. However the reality can sometimes be a different story, as life can throw unforeseen obstacles or

EVENT: “Helping Children Deal with Loss” Free Talk on Tuesday 23rd October

This is a wonderful, new and indispensable English-speaking (also available in German) service that has recently arrived in Luxembourg. Libby Kramer, a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and a proponent of the Grief Recovery Method, is now available to give guidance and counsel, as well as offer specific training workshops that

Supporting Young People with Autism: Try, Try and Try Again!

At our 21st Passage Professionals Network evening we invited Jean-Marie Govaerts from Autisme Luxembourg to celebrate World Autism Day by sharing some insight into his experience of working with young adults diagnosed with ASD in Luxembourg.     A diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is given to people who

Passage is offering a “Time Out for Parents” in the Spring

Have you ever had one of those days when sibling rivalry has turned to war and your partner is picking holes in your attempts at discipline? Voices are getting louder, tempers are rising and everything is spiraling out of control. You find yourself shouting or using ‘your parent voice’ –

Welcome to Big School

I accompanied my daughter for the last time today into the corridors and inner sanctum of the Primary classroom. After today I am strictly forbidden without invitation to these hallowed walls. My baby has gone to Big School. Slightly giddy with the prospect of 30 minutes to myself, at least

Every Child Needs a Champion. Every Parent Needs a Champion.

There is a message to professionals that I hope to share and the Passage platform seems like a good place to start. So, I write this piece from the perspective of a parent with a child who needs an advocate. The advocate is the person who has the responsibility to

Back to School – Stress or Excitement?

Going back to school after the long Summer break can be a stressful time for parents and children. Parents may still be buying school equipment from confusing lists, and having to label them all up in time, whilst trying to get children to bed before midnight and up again in