A Kidspace … supporting children through divorce

I recently met Emma who is one of the brain behind this new innovative company ‘A Kidspace’.

A Kidspace is a support programme for children going through divorce or separation.  It is a space where they can off-load some of their worries and concerns in a safe environment.  

They offer individual support and workshops, aimed to help children cope, manage change and come to terms with their situation.

Primarily, A Kidspace is for children between the ages of seven and sixteen and using drama, games, art, music and stories they will give them the support needed through these what can be disturbing times.

For more information on this amazing new programme which is presently run from the Chase Lodge Hospital in Mill Hill you can contact Emma on 07980 556174 or Stacey on 07811 745163.  

The website is www.akidspace.co.uk so if you know anyone with children and going through a divorce or separation, this may just be their life line.

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2 Responses to A Kidspace … supporting children through divorce

  1. Wayne says:

    We are currently conducting a survey of people whose parents divorced before they turned 18. The purpose of this short, on-line confidential survey is to find out how we can better serve children who are currently living with their parents’ divorce. Please help us out by filling out the survey at http://DivorceMinistry4Kids.com/divorce/. Thanks!

    P.S. – I hope you don’t mind me posting this on your article. I felt that since the subject matter of your post and this survey were related that it probably wouldn’t be a problem. 🙂

  2. sjdeventsltd says:

    Wayne,

    Thank you for adding the link to your survey.

    Regards,

    Sarah

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