The tasks of the Parents’ Club are to work on improving parental competencies and their training in various online schools. The main goal is to unite parents who want to create better living conditions for children. At each stage of growing up children have different difficulties, and the advice of a specialist is needed, the support of another parent who may have already passed this stage.
The WAC continued the cycle of meetings of the Parents' Club in Gagra. This time, within the framework of the meeting, its participants discussed age-related crises among children and talked about how to build interaction with a child.
The WAC Parents' club continues meetings dedicated to school education in Abkhazia.
The World Abaza Congress organized a regular meeting of the WAC Parents' Club in Gagra. This time the meeting was attended by both parents and children.
After a long break, the Parents’ club of the World Abaza Congress began its work again. A new topic for discussion was school education in Abkhazia.
The WAC Parents’ club invited experts Elena Kobakhiya and Anetta Bganba to another meeting. They discussed development of children with the club members.
The topic of the first meeting of the WAC Parents’ club in March was the role of the older generation in parenting and approaches to parenting dictated by modern realities.
The Parents’ club at the WAC Discussion club continued the cycle of meetings with experts in the field of psychology. The guest of the meeting on February 22 was the psychologist Elana Kortua, and the topic was emotional burnout of parents.
The Parents’ club at the WAC Discussion club continued a series of meetings with experts in the field of parenting. The guest of the meeting on February 8 was the coach Astanda Sadzba, and the topic was the education of leaders.
The WAC Parents’ club met with renowned family psychologists, spouses Richard and Oksana Conner.
The second practical meeting of parents with a specialist, a pediatrician Astanda Kvarchia, took place at the WAC Parent’s club.