Expat family support services survey and conference: Let your voice be heard!

15th April 2009, Comments 1 comment

A new initiative meets the growing need and desire of families in the international community in the Netherlands to find easy to understand and accessible family support services.

Practitioners are stepping up and taking action to provide a solution-based initiative, connecting the Dutch and international support services for expat and Dutch families. In collaboration with the Hague University, practitioners Brandi McCollum, Cognitive Behavioral Consultant M.Ed., of Family Centered Consulting Services (FCCS) and Deirdre Budd, Sleep Consultant R.G.N. H.V. Dip.R., of Dream Angus have set out to take the pulse of the current needs of expat families in our community along with pin-pointing the gap between services and access, to create practical solutions.

Take part in the survey
Expat families can now voice their concerns and desires for family and community services through participating in the Expat Family Support Services Survey, conducted by Family Centered Consulting Services and Dream-Angus, in cooperation/partnership with TheHagueOnline and The Hague University (The Hague Hogeschool). Click here to take the survey.


Join the family support services conferences in June

The 2009 Expat Family Support Services Conference takes place on 6 June 2009 and the International Special Needs Resource Conference on 14 June 2009.

For more details and updates on the conferences or for more information on the practice of Family Centered Consulting Services (FCCS) visit www.familycentered.nl.

1 Comment To This Article

  • Expat in Nl posted:

    on 17th April 2009, 11:43:45 - Reply

    How about having literature in English? That would be a good start...