Events & Workshops
Preparing for Future Parenthood Workshops
Designed for those thinking about using donor conception to create their families, or those who have decided for sure to use this route but would like an opportunity to think through the implications before going ahead.
Telling and Talking Workshops
Designed for those who already have children conceived this way and who want to explore different ways to talk to their children about their origins.
DC Network Children's Workshops
At our national meetings we offer a workshop for donor conceived children aged 8-12yrs, or non-donor conceived siblings in this age bracket. To register your interest please use this form Children's workshops registration form
National Family Conferences
DC Network holds two national conferences a year, one in London in the Spring and one out-of-London in the Autumn. The conferences offer a chance for members to meet in small groups to discuss personal issues, as well as the opportunity to hear personal stories and talks from expert speakers. We normally offer our Children's Workshops at our conferences. These are half-day workshops for donor conceived children or siblings of donor conceived children aged between 8 and 12yrs. Join DC Network now to be sure of an invitation.
Our next conference will be held in London, UK on Sunday 23rd April 2017. Invitations and booking instructions will go out to members in February. Watch this space for the programme and registration link.
DCN Member Support Groups
We have groups for sub groups within the network to support families in specific situations. For example, we have a group for solo mums, lesbians, older mums and those who have used a family member as a donor.
DC Network volunteers organise local events and meetings around the country. To see a list of our DCN local groups and when they are next meeting click here. Members can see full details of our groups and events by logging in and going to the Local Groups section of the website in the members-only menu on the right. If we don't have a group near you, you could start one. We have lots of things we can do to support you in getting a new group up and running.