Information and Support for Parents in Worcestershire

Support for Parents

Being a parent is hard work and there are lots of different pressures and strains you might come across within your family as your children and teenagers grow up. To help you, we have gathered practical advice for you to look at.

 To find out more about the types of support available for parents visit:

Support for Parents and Families (link opens in a new window)

There are also a large number of parent support groups and activities running across the county. These are delivered through children’s centres and other community buildings. To find out more or discover your local group visit:

Groups for Worcestershire Parents (link opens in a new window)

Parents' Voice acts as a link between parents and the organisations delivering services for families in Worcestershire. They also send out information and web links that may be of interest to parents. They can help you have your views heard so you can influence decisions that may affect you and your family.

To find out more and have your views heard visit Worcestershire Parents' Voice.

Parents voice website


Parents' Voice (link opens in a new window)

Is your child home educated?

Home education is becoming an increasingly popular option for families in Worcestershire and their is a growing community that are able to offer support. Worcestershire Home Educators have years of experience in educating children of all ages and are able to organise and put on a range of activities.

If your child(ren) are home educated and you would like support, or if you are interested in finding out more about home educating, visit the website below:

Worcestershire Home Educators Network (link opens in a new window)