Parenting for Lifelong Health programme for Young Children: Facilitator Manual

“The Parenting for Lifelong Health Programme for Young Children is a group-based parenting programme for families with children ages 2 to 9. It has been designed specifically for vulnerable families facing challenges with their children’s behaviour with the goal of promoting positive parenting to reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect in low-income communities.
It is supported by the Parent Handbook.”

Mphatlalatsane (Early Morning Star) Facilitator’s manual (2 of 3) 12 to 30 months

The book-sharing component of the Mphatlalatsane programme makes use of group presentations and one-on-one assistance from a trained facilitator to provide caregivers with the skills to practice quality book-sharing with their infants or toddlers. Quality book-sharing between a caregiver and young child may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development.
For caregivers of children (1) aged 12-30 months
(2) aged 31-60 months

Mphatlalatsane (Early Morning Star): Book-Sharing Programme for Younger Children

“The book-sharing component of the Mphatlalatsane programme makes use of group presentations and one-on-one assistance from a trained facilitator to provide caregivers with the skills to practice quality book-sharing with their infants or toddlers. Quality book-sharing between a caregiver and young child may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development.
For caregivers of children (1) aged 12-30 months
(2) aged 31-60 months”

Mphatlalatsane (Early Morning Star) Health and Nutrition Programme

“The book-sharing component of the Mphatlalatsane programme makes use of group presentations and one-on-one assistance from a trained facilitator to provide caregivers with the skills to practice quality book-sharing with their infants or toddlers. Quality book-sharing between a caregiver and young child may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development.
For caregivers of children (1) aged 12-30 months
(2) aged 31-60 months”

Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens: Facilitators

The Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens is targeted at pre-teens and teenagers between the ages of 10 to 17, and their caregivers. The programme uses culturally relevant approaches based on core principles found in evidence-based parenting programmes from around the world.

Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens: Family guidebook

The Sinovuyo Caring Families Programme for Parents and Teens is targeted at pre-teens and teenagers between the ages of 10 to 17, and their caregivers. The programme uses culturally relevant approaches based on core principles found in evidence-based parenting programmes from around the world.

Mphatlalatsane (Early Morning Star) Facilitator’s manual (1 of 3) 12 to 30 months

The book-sharing component of the Mphatlalatsane programme makes use of group presentations and one-on-one assistance from a trained facilitator to provide caregivers with the skills to practice quality book-sharing with their infants or toddlers. Quality book-sharing between a caregiver and young child may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development.
For caregivers of children (1) aged 12-30 months
(2) aged 31-60 months

Mphatlalatsane (Early Morning Star) Facilitator’s manual (2 of 3) 12 to 30 months

The book-sharing component of the Mphatlalatsane programme makes use of group presentations and one-on-one assistance from a trained facilitator to provide caregivers with the skills to practice quality book-sharing with their infants or toddlers. Quality book-sharing between a caregiver and young child may be especially effective as a means of promoting infant cognitive and language development.
For caregivers of children (1) aged 12-30 months
(2) aged 31-60 months