Juggling family life when you have a child with additional needs can be hard. This free live webinar on time management will help you find the balance you need.
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Upcoming webinar: time management and planning ahead

If you have a child with additional or complex needs, it can be really hard to juggle your child’s needs, along with other children’s needs, work, friends, household management and more. It can mean you face difficult decisions about priorities every day.

If this sounds like you, you’re invited to join a free live webinar on time management and planning ahead. This webinar will suit you if you have children aged 2-12 years or children with additional or complex needs.

This free webinar looks at:

  • how to manage competing demands
  • how to develop a workable routine
  • how to get organised and plan ahead
  • what to do when things don’t go to plan.

Presented by: Dr Suzanne Brown

When: Tuesday, 23 May, 9 pm AEST

Duration: 40 minutes, followed by a question and answer session

Registration for this webinar is now closed.

I've signed up: what happens next?

After you've signed up using the link above, we'll send you an email with more information about how and when to join the webinar.

Places for webinars are limited and registration doesn't guarantee access to the live webinar. A video recording of the webinar will be available to all registrants.

About these webinars

These webinars are developed by the Parenting Research Centre, with funding from the Department of Education and Training Victoria, supporting parents in Victoria.

The webinar facilitators are qualified experts, who are trained to deliver the evidence-based webinar content in a parent-friendly way.

Previous webinars in the Family management series

Family resilience in hard times: This free webinar looked at what's happening in families going through hard times, what families worry about, how mental wellbeing is affected - and what your family can do if this sounds like your situation.

  • Last updated or reviewed 11-04-2017