Does your child aged 12-15 qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s what to do next.
The school holidays are upon us, and Bristol has a variety of activities and play sessions available for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Bristol Parent Carers would like to know what your top three priorities are for SEND Children and their families in Bristol at the moment?
Have your say on the Transition of Young People into Adult Services Core Capabilities Framework as part of the NHS Long Term Plan.
Local authorities in England have a legal responsibility to help families with disabled children… but what can they help with?
We are so pleased to be able to bring you our schedule for face-to-face Support Groups in all three locations, Central, North and South Bristol from September 2021 to February 2022.
Come and join us for a chat!Wednesday 7th July 2021 | 10.30AM to 11.30AM
The July 2021 Bristol Parent Carers newsletter is now live.
Bristol City Council has published its draft strategy for commissioning Alternative Learning Provision (ALP), and is looking for feedback from a wide range of people, including:
University College London have launched The School Attendance and Home Learning Experiences Study.