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Autumn dates for your diary
August 28, 2020
Our online offer over the summer was so successful that we are continuing it into September and beyond. If you want to share ideas, talk to other SEND Parents/carers or just see a different face then please get in touch and we will email you the link to join in. You are welcome to join in on any one of them or all of them if you prefer, just simply email the coordinator responsible for that date and they will send you the zoom login details.
*Please note that we plan to add more events in the coming weeks so keep checking back for updates*
Solicitor Eleanor Wright of SOS!SEN will focus on the issue of ensuring continued SEN support and EHCP provision in the "new normal” after the return to school in September. There will be a presentation of the key issues and discussion of up-to-date government guidance, as well as time for questions. This free event is for parent carers who are members of FVS.
This free event is for parent carers who are members of FVS and membership is free sign up here.
3rd & 17th Oct 2020 (Saturday, 10am - midday)The Expert Parent Programme Talk via Zoom
Training programme for parent carers of disabled children to build resilience & confidence when engaging with health professionals.
A course of two free Family Voice Surrey online workshops for parent carers, led by facilitators Gail Bedding and Grainne Saunders, who are both trained by the Council for Disabled Children. The programme consists of two two-hour Zoom workshops, an e-learning package and online resources. There are 10 places on this programme.
***Please register for both dates when booking a place on this course. ***
Sign up for this course (both dates) via Eventbrite
4th November (Wednesday, 6pm -7pm)Self-harm in children with SEND - advice for parents via Zoom
Our expert speaker for this online event is Dr Mark Brown of Special Help 4 Special Needs. Mark will cover the issue of self-harm in children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, as well as the support which is available. There will also be time for discussion and questions.
The session will be delivered via Zoom - joining details will be emailed to registered attendees prior to the event.