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The Parent Carer Wellbeing Study

If you care for a child with a disability or long-term illness, the Parent Carer Wellbeing Study would like you to take part in the Parent Carer Wellbeing Study!

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IPSEA – SEND Tribunal Hints & Tips

Do you need to go to a SENDist to appeal against a refusal to carry out an EHC needs assessment?

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BPC March Newsletter

The March 2022 Bristol Parent Carers newsletter is now live.

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Unique Voice CIC – Using the Arts to Build Social Emotional Skills

Unique Voice CIC are having a free one-hour online CPD session Using the Arts to Build Social Emotional Skills taking place this week.

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An Introduction to Autism in Young People Training (Age 8-18)

This is a special event for Parent Carers in Bristol, North Somerset or South Glos (BNSSG) who have a child (Aged 0-18) currently awaiting an autism assessment.

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An Introduction to Autism Training (Age 0-7)

This is a special event for Parent Carers in Bristol, North Somerset or South Glos (BNSSG) who have a child (Aged 0-18) currently awaiting an autism assessment.

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Needs Led Approach Survey Outcomes 2022

The BNSSG Parent Carer forums recently ran a survey gathering feedback from Parent Carers in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG) to find out families experiences and thoughts regarding autism assessment.

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March Support Groups

Our friendly facilitators would love to see you.

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The National Autistic Society – World Autism Acceptance Week

This year The National Autistic Society’s (NAS) World Autism Acceptance Week is from 28th March to 3rd April and they have something for everyone!

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Multi Agency Admission Avoidance Framework Survey

In 2019 the NHS Long Term Plan, building on work since 2015, set out a commitment on improving care and avoiding unnecessary admissions to inpatient settings for children and young people with a learning disability and autistic children and young people.