Implementing and consolidating a common approach when it comes to understanding and accompanying vulnerable families - these are the objectives set out by the «Together, we go further» initiative.
This year, efforts to implement the Parent’Aise network initiative continue.
The first step was to send out surveys to several stakeholders in the MRC in order to identify the different needs in connection with this initiative.
One of the surveys aims to identify the support requirements for implementing the approach, as well as the training needs of stakeholders who’ve already taken part in a Parent’Aise initiative.
The other survey targets managers and aims to gauge their interest in acting as coaches to support the implementation of the approach in their communities; this survey also seeks to identify the training needs of stakeholders who have yet to take part in a Parent’Aise initiative.
Once we’ve received the completed surveys, the next step will be to draw up a community training and support plan for the year 2015-2016.
Moreover, the fifth edition of the Journée des intervenants, which will take place this fall, fits perfectly into this initiative, since its overall objective is to develop a shared vision of the reality and needs of vulnerable families in our MRC.
The specific objectives are:
-To share the results of the research on the Programme d'aide personnelle, familiale et communautaire (PAPFC 2), a personal, family and community aid program;-To discuss the results
-To develop courses of action to meet the needs of vulnerable families
The event will be held December 10, 2015, from 9 am. to 4 pm.
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