Consider introducing a Parent Liaison role within your Group Committee - this person can support: Welcoming new parents to the Group, Support parents as their child transitions, Lead and develop a parent patrol that links to the new section
Develop a transition pack for each section highlighting the opportunities in the news section whilst also noting: Opportunities, Activities, Increased leadership responsibility for their Youth Member, Meeting times and upcoming program, Any change in costs
Provide parents with a copy of the Unit Code for the section their Youth Member is going too
Takes the opportunity to reinforce "One Program"
Discuss the transition ceremony and the role the parents play
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