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Wellbeing for working parents

Parents face a range of wellbeing issues, from returning to work following parental leave to caring for special needs children.

Before the working day has even begun, many parents describe already having done ‘one job’. It’s a constant juggling act.

And if it wasn’t already challenging enough, the strains of the pandemic and particularly the periods of school closures, escalated parental burnout to new levels.

In this webinar we look at the wellbeing issues affecting parents across different life phases – as they transition back to work after primary care giver leave and whilst parenting teenagers and adult children.

We also examine the additional pressures on parents of disabled children and reflect on what support is available to help boost resilience.

Webinar overview:

  • Returning to work after primary caregiver leave (e.g. maternity, paternity leave etc)
  • Parental wellbeing across different life stages
  • The additional pressures on parents of disabled children
  • Parental burnout
  • Where to get support

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