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


Latest from the DWTFC blog


Dudley Dialogue – 100 Day Challenge

The Start of something big! The 100 day SEND challenge brings together parent carers, young people and professionals to move conversations into actions. Everyone has a part to play and we need you to be part of the solution! The challenge provides a safe space to create and test ideas, learning from what works and doesn't work on the way. On the day people will work in teams to develop ideas about what we should do first, then as a ...
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Dudley Dialogue

As part of their on going SEND improvement work Dudley MBC SEND Team have brought in send4change, to help with the process and to engage with Parent/Carers, Service Providers and Stake Holders alike so as to better improve SEND arrangements in Dudley. On the 3rd of March they held a "Dudley Dialogue" meeting for Parent/Carers at Dudley Libary. Chris and Allison (send4change) wanted to get a feel of what its like on the ground for parents and carers across the ...
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Commisioning Workshop 31st January 2020

On the 31st of January at DY1 there was a commisioning workshop, To see the full report on this event see the link below. commisioning workshop Report ...
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Young People’s Inclusion Group

On Monday 10 February the Young Person’s Inclusion Group came together at DY1 to explore what inclusion meant to them. All of the young people who attend this group have either additional needs, disabilities or long term health conditions and are aged between 18 and 25 Too see what the young people had to say see the full report below. Young People inclusion Report ...
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