News and updates

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

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Wednesday
Dec072016

Parent Course Starting Feb 2017!

 

This course is now FULLY BOOKED, but we are running a small waiting list.  See the link below for availability.  The course runs on 4 consecutive Tuesdays, 10am - 12.00, in central Bristol (Royal Oak House BS1 4GB), the course starts on February 21st and is facilitated by experts in SEND.  For parents or carers of a child or teenager with SEND (living in Bristol, South Glos or North Somerset), you'll increase your knowledge of SEND and the law, know where to go for more information and meet other parents.  Click the image for further details.  To book a place go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/send-you-tickets-31124251474

 

 


 

 

 

Thursday
Nov242016

New NAS North Somerset Support Group 

Just a reminder that the new NAS 'By the Parents For the Parents' support group in Weston-super-Mare has its coffee morning this Thursday 1st December, 10-12am, at The Firs, Drove Road, BS23 3NX.

Chance for a vent and a chat in a friendly non judgemental place. 

 

Thursday
Nov242016

New NAS North Somerset Support Group 

Just a reminder that the new NAS 'By the Parents For the Parents' support group in Weston-super-Mare has its coffee morning this Thursday 1st December, 10-12am, at The Firs, Drove Road, BS23 3NX.

 

Chance for a vent and a chat in a friendly non judgemental place. 

Thursday
Nov172016

Children and Young People’s Mental Health “Time to Deliver” Report

Read the Report of the commission on Children and Young People’s Mental Health “Time to Deliver” here

Tuesday
Nov152016

North Somerset Support Group meeting Tuesday 15th November 7 – 9 pm at The Firs, Drove Road, Weston-Super-Mare, BS23 3NX

Don't forget it's North Somerset's Support Group meeting tonight.

Karen McVean, engagement officer at Healthwatch North Somerset (HWNS) will be visiting support group to enable parents/carers to contribute to the future development of Health and Social Care Services in North Somerset. Karen will be listening to families experiences and opinions about current Health and Social Care Services that families of children with Special Educational Needs and Disability receive. Karen will ensure the people who create and deliver the Services, i.e. Commissioners, and Health & Social care managers are informed about what families have said.