Working Together to Reduce the Impact of Parental Loneliness

Working Together to Reduce the Impact of Parental Loneliness

Posted on behalf of Dr Rebecca Nowland, RIPPLE resarech project lead

We invite you to take part in a participatory workshop to consider how we can address and reduce parental loneliness. During the event we will share the findings of our scoping review into parental loneliness highlighting which parents are most at risk; health and well-being impacts; and relationships between loneliness and post-natal depression. Workshop attendees will engage in activities to explore concepts and themes relating to parental loneliness, strategies to support parents and key priorities for future research.


The workshop will be of interest to parents, health and social care professionals who work with parents and organisations and charities who support parents and families. The event is free and all are welcome, but spaces are limited so booking is essential. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.


Workshop objectives:

Engage community members, parents, academics and practitioners in collaborative discussions about parental loneliness;

Identify work being undertaken to support parents with loneliness;

Identify and prioritise research needs in this area.

26 Nov 2019 at 10:00am
until 26 Nov 2019 at 2:30pm
University of Central Lancashire

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