Family Voice Surrey is committed to representing the voices of ALL parents and carers of children and young people with SEN/disabilities in Surrey.
Family Voice Surrey is a network of parents, carers and families of children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) (aged 0-25) which is run by a group of parent volunteers.
We are here to listen to the views of parents/carers and represent their views as a way of helping to improve their experiences of special needs provision. Please get in touch if you’d like to get involved.
We have a Facebook page for news and events. If you want to ask a question or join a discussion, please join our Facebook group
If you have a concern, complaint, general feedback or even praise about any service, provision or contact with any of Surrey's SEN/D services, whoever it is provided by please let us know. We can help your voice be heard and acted upon.
FVS positively welcomes members for our mailing list, associate membership or the steering committee. Click here to join.
We are currently involved and participating in the SEND reforms. Family Voice Surrey parent reps attend strategic meetings in relation to various strands of the reforms. You can find out more about the SEND reforms here.
Or by watching the video by Edward Timpson, Minister for Children & Families.