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    Train to help other families Train to help other families Presentation Transcript

    • we train & hire
    • 1 If you are interested the first step is to meet with a Family by Family coach at your home
    • 2 We play “The Family Game” to get to know the whole family better
    • are connected to lots of things inWe look for families that the community are good at can reflect on helping others past experience are great with have more ups other people than downs now are connected to have the time lots of things in the community
    • 3 Trainee families get a buddy family & come to our weekly “yarn over dinner” to see if Family by Family fits.
    • 3 Trainee families get a buddy family & come to our weekly “yarn over dinner” to see if Family by Family fits.
    • 3 Trainee families get a buddy family & come to our weekly “yarn over dinner” to see if Family by Family fits.
    • We help families build four strengthschange ConnectingThe strength to enable The strength to connectchange in other families families with useful people & placesbeing yourself relationshipsThe strength to model good The strength to buildbehaviour and share influential relationships withstrategies with other families other families. (Even if you donʼt like them)
    • 4 A weekend “starter training camp” is the last stage before starting your first link-up.
    • 4 A weekend “starter training camp” is the last stage before starting your first link-up.
    • 4 A weekend “starter training camp” is the last stage before starting your first link-up.
    • Link-up5 After graduating from training camp families start on their first link-up, supported by a coach, the weekly yarns and a buddy family.
    • Coaching session5 After graduating from training camp families start on their first link-up, supported by a coach, the weekly yarns and a buddy family.
    • 6 During link-ups families get a mobile phone and a weekly budget to; invest in their family, their link-up and growing family by family.
    • adelaide, South australiacall 08 81109955