Men's business! Hidde (8) is looking for sweet Support Grandpa

Men's business! Hidde (8) is looking for sweet Support Grandpa

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Do you recognize that? You can see very well what your child needs, but sometimes you just aren't in a position to provide just that. Fortunately, you can fall back on dear friends and family who can complement you in this and give you just that little bit of support to catch your breath. With whom you can share the care of your child.
But what if you don't have that?

For a single mother in Oosterhout we are looking for a sweet Support parent for her son Hidde* (8 years old). Preferably a warm, enterprising man who likes to do real men's things! Are you someone who likes to go outside? Build huts, light a fire or maybe tinker in your work shed? Would you like to help Hidde gain confidence and expand his world? And do you have a few hours off on the weekend? Then we are looking for you!

What is and does a Support (grand)parent do?

Support parents are adult volunteers who offer a hospitable home to a child for one or two half days a week. In this way they give families a helping hand.
Your help as a support parent helps prevent problems in families from arising or from getting worse. You offer a child a familiar place where they are welcome and where they can be a child. This gives parents space to catch their breath and it is nice to experience how you can share the care for children together.

Practical

In order to become a supporting parent, you (and, if applicable, your partner) need a Certificate of Good Conduct (VOG). There are no costs involved.
Before you start, there will be an introductory meeting and you will receive an (online) training of two evenings, full of tips and experiences to take advantage of. During the entire process, the coordinator remains available to fall back on in case of questions or problems.

The support parent coordinator carefully matches supply and demand, so that you are a good match. Of course it takes some getting used to. That is why we always start with an adjustment period in which everyone gets to know each other and trust can grow.
Something for you?

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*Hidde is a fictitious name

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