Meave Darroux

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Parenting is Meave’s passion and this passion led her to set up the Brilliant Parents programme. As a fully trained Parent Advisor, Meave also spent three years as the Manager of the Pro-Parenting Programme at Bell Farm Christian Centre in Hillingdon.

Brilliant Parents provides free parenting courses to parents from all walks of life, regardless of current situation, income or background. Using the world-renowned evidence-based Triple P Parenting programme, Brilliant Parent courses are all about empowering parents and enabling them to self-reflect and make change. Because change is always possible.

Brilliant Parents spend a lot of time working with parents who live in underprivileged areas of the UK, working side-by-side with Social Services, as well as parents who have children with additional learning or behavioural needs, including: ADHD (attention deficit disorder) ASD (autism spectrum disorder including aspergers). 

Brilliant Parents also work with parents before they become parents and on their self esteem - a key part of being able to confidently raise children without paying too much attention to the sometimes confusing and upsetting messages that society can give off.

Meave has over twenty years’ experience in PR and Corporate Social Responsibility. However, it is her personal connection to the issue of parenting that makes her dedication so strong; as a mother of two girls, her interest in parenting came about indirectly via her own experiences and in her quest to become a better parent herself, she found she was able to support and help other parents deal with crises within their families.

Helping all parents

Brilliant Parents has teamed up with The Parenting Chapter to ensure that all parents, regardless of income, background or current situation, can access the help and support they need and at no cost to them.

For every sale that The Parenting Chapter makes, a percentage will be donated to Brilliant Parents so they can run more Triple P Parenting courses.

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