We all have moments where it seems like what we’re trying to do is just impossible. The thing that is sometimes overlooked and that our special guest this week, Donna Murry-Turner from ANOS, urges us to remember, is that we’ve already accomplished so much to get to where we are today and that change in the lives of those most in need often starts by simply just meeting those families where they are. In todays podcast Donna talks about using this understanding and belief to help bring about changes that create a legacy for future generations.
In this podcast you will learn:
- Why Donna is so passionate about the causes she fights for and where that drive comes from.
- What Donna used to do.
- What ANOS (Another Night Of Sisterhood) does.
- What divides the north and south of the Croydon borough.
- The challenges parents face with parenting and the masks that cover those challenges
- Why the DfE (Department for Education) is supporting disadvantged parents through its national campaign (Hungry Little Minds).
- If there are barriers of engagement for disadvantaged parents.
- Why Donna believes meeting the immediate needs of a family or parent is a critical factor to be able to introduce any other long lasting change.
- How can parents take on the ownership of the importance of chat, play and read activities with their child.
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