Social Media Sites

DorPIP  

This is our main Facebook page which we keep updated with lots of useful tips and advice on parenting and mental health.   

We often have guest experts live-streaming discussing all things baby and you; along with other experts popping in with some great parenting ideas and tips.  

All you need to do is 'like us' and our posts will pop up in your news feed.  

 

#Flourish with DorPIP  

Often we find that families love to keep in touch with each other, or parents want to reach out to those who may have been through similar experiences.  

With this in mind, we've set up a members-only online and community group on Facebook.

The group aims to provide a welcoming space for expecting and new parents to share their ideas, thoughts and experiences of pregnancy, birth and beyond.   

It is a private, nurturing space where parents support each other.   

Peer Support Groups

In conjunction with Better Start Baby Club we run weekly groups for babies and their carers, because it really does take a community to raise a child. We know how isolating it can be with a baby - especially as we are only just coming out of lock down.  This is a wonderful opportunity to reconnect with other Mums and Dads and help your little one to enhance their emotional, physical and developmental health. Being in a space with other infants helps early socialisation showing them how to be with others and to learn to build relationships.
Giving the opportunity for infants to experience being with others of a similar age and for you to explore different topics. The varying themes each week aim to improve relationships - Happy parents have happy babies who are then able to achieve optimum health, wellbeing and achievements over their life time.

- how to managing babies emotional needs

- feeling emotional connection with each other

- managing scary thoughts parenting can bring

- creating a nurturing space for your baby

- changing relationships

- understanding baby’s cues

- managing babies expectations

- joy and pains of an infant 

- growing together

- watch, wait & wonder