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See below for the latest news and updates from Supportive Parents. You can find all our periodically published newsletters here.


New ASD free school in Bristol - Survey

Some of you may have heard about plans for a new ASD free school in Bristol. South Glos Parent Carers need your input. If you can spare a few moments to complete the attached survey that would be really helpful.


Healthwatch Bristol

Have a look at the NEW Healthwatch Bristol You Said We Did interactive poster

Opportunity for young people to say should happen next by completing the NEW#YHWBeingMe survey here 


Our Voice Counts North Somerset Parent Forum Relaunch event

Our Voice Counts North Somerset Parent Forum invites all parent/carers and professionals to their relaunch event 1.00 – 3.00 pm Thursday 19th March 2015 at St Barnabas Children’s Centre,West Hill, Portishead, BS20 6LN


South Glos Support Group @ Kingswood Children’s Centre Hollow Road Kingswood BS15 9TP Tuesday 17 March 2015  7.30-9pm

An opportunity to meet our new South Gloucestershire team meamber - Kirsty Cottier.  Support Group is a chance to catch up and discuss any concerns. Everyone is welcome so please join us.


Reminder - North Somerset Support Group Thursday 12th March 7-9pm @ The Firs, St Barnabas Centre, West Hill, Portishead BS20 6LN on 

Supportive Parents - SEND Information, Advice and Support Service Support group meeting is taking place at The Firs, St Barnabas Centre, West Hill, Portishead BS20 6LN on Thursday March 12th from 7-9pm. Will Britton who runs Inclusive Media Solutions specialising in differentiating Mobile Technology for the Learning Disabled community, and his colleague Adam Burley from Burley Inclusive, who works to support Person Centred Planning, will be joining us to talk about their work in developing unique mobile technology products that promote independence and communication for Learning Disabilities. Find out more about Inclusive Media here: