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Care and Share Online Community Forum
Address: 7 Albion St,
DY5 3EE
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What do you offer? (One sentence only): Information Website and Online community Forum
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Are you a Dudley Parent/Carer?

Come and join the brand new Online Community Forum today developed for you by Care and Share in partnership with Working Together For Change - Dudley Parent Carer Forum!

✅ Take part in consultations from your home on your device
✅ Take part in surveys based on SEND services in Dudley
✅ Share experiences and information with other parent Carers
✅ Ask the forum important questions to take to strategic meetings about all kind of issues affecting your child's health and education etc.
✅ Share SEND activities with others stay up to date with other activities!
✅ Need free web space for your SEND service to tell people about what you do? Get in touch!
✅ Can't get to a Forum Activity? Take part from your device and have your say wherever you go!

Come and join us today at

Website Address: Care and Share
Phone Number (optional): 07464608465
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Monthly Parent Meetings
Address: 89 Tarling Road
Canning Town
E16 1HN
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What do you offer? (One sentence only): SEND support network for parents, carers and professionals supporting children, young people and adults in UK.
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Let Us Communicate (LUC) is a SEND support network for parents, carers and professionals supporting children, young people and adults in UK. After the diagnosis of my child in February 2013. It dawned on me very quickly that services were slow to kick in, the wait was unbearable and I needed support from fellow parents who have experienced this journey into the unknown. LUC was found on 23 October 2013.
The LUC idea started during the Let Me Communicate (SLT course) where I met other parents and I suggested we start a parent support group called “let us communicate” and keep the fire burning. Without the parents’ voices, our children are left without appropriate support. We wanted to turn negatives into positives.
We run monthly workshops, expert professional training, engage with local authorities, service providers, world class experts, family fun days, work with local community organisations to SEND awareness and acceptance and work with the parent carer forum and parents co-production teams to influence decision making.
Agenda Topics: Understanding Autism, Early intervention, EHCP, Parent empowerment, LA/school/SENco duties, parental self care, entitlements, challenging behaviours, independent life skills, tribunals, Speech and language therapies, occupational therapy, behaviour therapies, sleep issues, feeding problems, sensory processing disorders
We are on a learning journey with our SEND children, young people and adults.
LUC is a voice for SEND children, young people and adults.
LUC is an ear for SEND families and communities.
LUC is a solution for professionals.
The best is yet to come... let us end the SEND crisis together.

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Parent carer network central office

Website Address: http://www.nnpcf.org.uk
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What do you offer? (One sentence only): The voice of parents and carers of children and young people with SEND in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
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Parent Carers Together is a voluntary group of parents and carers of SEND children who are working together to make sure the services in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole local area meet the needs of children with SEND and their families.
We do this by gathering the views of local families and then working in partnership with local authorities, education settings, health providers and other providers to highlight where local services, processes and commissioners are working well or challenge when changes or improvements need to be made.

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