Are you struggling with the behaviour of your child?

Would you like to meet up regularly with other mums for support?

You deserve 90 minutes of 'me time'

Sarah - Parent

Lovely to get together with people who understand each other

Abi - Parent

Highly recommend this group to all parents who need someone to talk to who is going through the same experiences 

Lisa - Parent

How lovely to be in a warm environment with others who really relate, understand and can bring their own experiences to the table

Karen - Parent

Extremely useful, very interesting. Thank you very much

Gina - Parent

Soli is a fabulous lady with great insight and knowledge

Michelle - Parent

Soli is really easy to talk to and has so much knowledge and experience 

Kate - Parent

I was provided with lots of parenting tips which are effective and non patronising

Emma - Parent

I didn’t feel alone for the first time

Caroline - Parent

After speaking to Soli on the phone, I went to the meeting and so glad I did. What a lovely lady Soli is, so understanding, professional and fun. I felt comfortable with Soli and everyone else from the word go and wish we could meet up at least twice a week! Can't wait until next time. Thank you  

Louise - Parent

It’s always so useful to be reminded of strategies and priorities that are easily forgotten

Karen - Parent

Lauren - Teacher

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Meet up with mums for support - mums just like you

We meet the first Friday of every month

10am to 11.30am


Here's what's included:

  • Brief training each month on a variety of strategies such as:  what to do in a meltdown, how to tackle impossible homework, how to complain about school, what is an EHCP, how to get your child to bed...and much, much more.... 
  • Opportunity to chat and give support to other mums who understand and 'get it'
  • Share experiences with one another in a safe place where you won't be judged or criticised
  • Offer ideas and suggestions that actually work
  • Have 90 minutes of 'me time'
  • Join our exclusive, closed Facebook group 'Warrior Mums Private Club'  with weekly live Q and As
  • Refreshments  included
  • Venue Adam + Eve, Mill Hill, NW7
  • Easy parking
ALL THIS FOR JUST
 £10 A MONTH

which equates to 33p a day or the cost of an apple

YOU CAN CANCEL YOUR MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION AT ANY TIME

  • WAIT - THERE'S MORE!
  • #1 FREE DVD  'Secrets To Behaviour Success' 
  • #2 FREE Signed copy of Soli's book '5 Reasons Why Most Schools Fail Your Child With Special Needs'
  • #3 FREE Surprise gift
THE NEXT MEETING IS ON FRIDAY JULY 7TH 10AM TO 11.30AM
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Soli Lazarus B.Ed (Hons)
  • Soli is Asst SENCO and a fully qualified teacher with some 30 years experience; specialising in Inclusion, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, Developmental Delay, Communication and Learning Difficulties, Down’s Syndrome and Dyslexia 


  • She has a senior role in a London mainstream primary school and has attended numerous SEN courses, workshops, exhibitions and has herself run training, workshops and planning sessions  


  • Her son has ADHD and so knows what it's like to struggle and feel isolated 


  • She is the author of "Five Reasons Why Most Schools Fail Your Child With Special Needs - What You Can Do About It - How To Join The #WarriorMums"

 

  • She has also produced a DVD "The Secret To Behaviour Success"


  • Her consultancy Yellow Sun delivers support and advice to parents of children with special needs and challenging behaviour.  Soli provides training and workshops to schools to promote understanding of special needs, inclusion and differentiation

  

  • Soli is passionate about raising awareness of how to manage children effectively to raise their self-esteem and promote emotional well-being. It is a disgrace that new teachers do not have specific training in ADHD. So she has set up a petition to the Government demanding proper training of teachers in ADHD


  • Finally, Soli wants to give back. So she donates a proportion of her income to projects that directly help struggling families
 Yellow Sun 2017