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

 

Supporting Children with ASD and LD

Hi Everyone, A lot of us are struggling to come to terms with whats happening and the impact coronavirus is having on our daily lives. Many of you care for children with SLD, LD and ASD and have noticed the toll that this having on both there condition's and well being. Cardiff and Vale University Health board have put together a really good booklet full of advice and tips on how we can help those we care for through this ...
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DfE Guidance – Children With SEND Education

The Department for Education has issued further information for the education of children with SEND. Please click here to view: Help children with SEND continue their education during coronavirus (COVID-19) ...
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Government Guidance for Parent/Carers – Schools & Education

The Government has updated it's guidance for parent/carers on schools and education during the coronavirus lockdown.  This includes information about educational provision for critical workers, school closures, exams, free schools meals and home schooling.  Please click here for the full briefing - What parents and carers need to know about schools and education during the coronavirus outbreak ...
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Updated Early Years & Child Care Closures

The Department of Education has updated its guidance on early years settings (up to the age of 5), who they are open for and what role they will help to provide. Please click here for the full guidance: Coronavirus (COVID-19) early years and child care closures ...
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