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  • If your child has decided to move out of home, offer support and practical help like budget advice, or some furniture and household items to get them started.
  • Listen to your child’s needs and talk to them about your concerns.
  • Let your child know you support their decision, but make sure they know your door will always be open.
  • It’s normal for parents and carers to experience a range of emotions when their children move out of home.

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Reviewed on: 05-02-2019