Brainwave are continuing to deliver essential therapies to families who are unable to visit Brainwave Centres.
Thank you so much to everyone who was able to join the Short Breaks Statement co-production session last week, it was a very constructive session.
You are invited to attend a Personalisation webinar via Microsoft Teams on the 11th or 17th November (the same webinar will be repeated on both days).
Bristol City Council’s Local Offer now has its own Facebook page.
Bristol Parent Carers ran a ‘Return to School’ survey in September to gather feedback about what the preparation for the return to school after the summer was like for families.
Bristol City Council is carrying out early engagement on the draft funding process for schools and other education settings to access additional funding (High Needs Block funding), to try to make sure the draft process is clear and accessible.
Are you interested in developing the shared vision for Short Breaks in Bristol?
Bristol City Council are developing a new online portal for families with special educational needs and disability (SEND), to view the progress of their Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan.
BPC has received a copy of an open letter from Vicky Ford, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Children and Families. We have been asked to share the letter with children and young people with special educational needs (SEND), their families and carers, and those who work to support them.
Bristol Parent Carers would like to know about your experience of your children returning to school.