Welcome to Working Together for Change 

“Working for change – Dudley parent carer’s forum is committed to engaging and empowering parents and carers of children with disabilities or additional needs so that they can influence decisions and improve changes to services delivery.”

Members of the forum will work together as individuals, organisations and partners with the aim of ensuring that the voices of parent and carers are heard. They will ensure that all parents and carers in our borough are equipped with the knowledge and skills to influence change working within a framework of agreed values and principles

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Latest from the DWTFC blog

 

Programme Update 18th December 2019

Please click the link below for the latest briefing note from Helen Ellis, Assistant Director Education, SEND, Family Solutions and Youth, Dudley Council. Programme Update - Helen Ellis 18 Dec 2019 ...
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Welcome

We hope you all had a great Christmas and wishing you a fantastic New Year from all the team at Care & Share and Working Together For Change. Now that all the decorations are down, the kids are back at school, the fad diets and fitness programmes have started, its time to look forward to the new year. We invite you all to work together with us, the Local Authority and other partners to improve the lives of our little ...
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Dudley Parent Carer Newsletter Edition 13

In this addition you can find information on the changes within the Local Authority through their SEND briefing. Find out whats happening locally and read about the National Network of Parent Carer Forums (NNPCF) what they have been up to nationally and regionally and what role Dudley have has had in this. Also help us celebrate Care & Share winning a Forging the Future Award for Digital Information. We hope you enjoy this addition. As always feedback or comments are ...
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Children’ s Disability Network – Reasons to enrol your child

The Children’s Disability Network is a record of information about children and young people who have additional needs or a complex health condition. You can join the network if you live in the Dudley borough and care for a child aged 0-17 years with additional needs or a complex health condition. These may include: difficulties with hearing or seeing, a learning disability, autism or ADHD, a physical disability, language or communication difficulties, complex health condition or mental illness. The network ...
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