Nobody’s Perfect Parenting Program
“There are no perfect parents or perfect children or perfect people. We can only do our best, and we all need help once in a while”.
Developed by Health Canada, Nobody’s Perfect meets the needs of young, single, low-income, socially or geographically isolated parents, or parents with limited formal education.
Facilitators hold the key to the success of Nobody’s Perfect. They are the ones who draw parents into the program. Facilitators guide participants through a series of sessions that ideally lead to increased personal and child development awareness, parental effectiveness, and overall family support.
The Nobody’s Perfect facilitator training is a four-day training session, which covers the concepts and skills necessary to work with parents in a group setting. It is important for Nobody’s Perfect facilitators to receive training prior to implementing the program. Those who have not completed the facilitator training should not be offering the program.
The training covers: