• Welcome to Passage

    Passage is a parent support group and social network for parents and professionals related to the field of health, education and children’s social development in Luxembourg.

    We aim to provide a forum in Luxembourg for a vibrant community of parents and practitioners to exchange information and discuss the challenges of modern-day parenting.

    See our NEW PassageParents twitter for the latest news and updates!

  • NEW – Call to Action for all Educational Professionals in Luxembourg

    We are in need of up-to-date information on any tutors, coaches, counsellors and psychologists currently working in Luxembourg, who can help children with individual educational subjects, specific needs, or can conduct overall (Additional Educational Needs) evaluations, including testing accepted by schools and examination boards. The ultimate aim is for Passage to create a comprehensive listing to use for solely reference and referral purposes. If you can help with this endeavour, please click below.

  • Rites of Passage

    At the heart of our website is our ‘Rites of Passage’ section that takes parents on a developmental journey from conception to children leaving home. We have created a roadmap for parents to help guide them through the physical, mental, emotional and social changes their children will go through on the passage to adulthood.

  • NEW – We Are On Twitter!

    For all the latest Passage news and updates of events, please check our NEW twitter feed on www.twitter.com/PassageParents

  • Watch Steven Frank at the “Keeping History Alive” Seminar

    On Wednesday 22nd April, Passage hosted a unique evening seminar entitled “Keeping History Alive” with a special guest speaker. Steven Frank, a Dutch Jew and one of only 93 children who survived the atrocities at Thereienstadt, told the fascinating story about his grim and harrowing experiences in the Czech concentration camp during the Second World War.
    In the meantime, here is a video of Steven’s talk and a brief account of the evening’s events for your reference.

PASSAGE SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS


New dates to be released soon for 2019. But for now, don’t miss our last meeting of 2018 on:

Monday 10th December


To learn more, CLICK HERE

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PROFESSIONALS NETWORKING


Save the date for the next Professionals Networking evening on

Thursday 29th November at 7.45pm


For more details, CLICK HERE

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ARTICLE: Volunteer as an Online Help Counsellor for KJT

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