In November 2018, 200 attendees representing 87 parent carer forums from across England attended Contact’s and the National Network of Parent Carer Forums’ (NNPCF) annual Parent Participation Conference in Coventry. Family Voice Norfolk is part of the NNPCF and Tracey Sismey, our Chair, attended on our behalf. At the event marking an incredible 10 years […]
In November 2018, Family Voice Norfolk met with representatives of SENsational Families, ASD Helping Hands, Norfolk SEN Network and Norfolk SEND Partnership to share how we all work and how we can best work together. Mrunal Sisodia from the National Network of Parent Carer Forums facilitated the meeting. There are over 15,000 children with SEN […]
Our conference is on Saturday 16 March from 10am at the John Innes Centre, Norwich, NR4 7UH. This is a free event and includes refreshments throughout the day and lunch. Child care places are now full but you are more than welcome to bring your children along with you.
The Family Voice Family Chat sessions on transport and travel that took place in November were well received and gave many parents the opportunity to talk directly with NCC staff about issues that were concerning them, as well as finding out about NCC travel and transport policies, Independent Travel Training, Personalised Travel Scheme (PTS) and […]
Join us for a coffee and find out more about the travel and transport options that Norfolk County Council has to offer. We have four sessions: Monday 5 November at South Lynn Community Centre from 10:15am Monday 12 November at The Pennoyer Centre, Pulham St Mary from 10:15am Thursday 15 November at the Priory Centre, Great Yarmouth from […]
The Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday 15 May where Kevin Vaughan gave a brief presentation about Carers Matters
This is an opportunity to find out more about Transition for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) and to tell us about your experiences, concerns and wishes.
Join us for coffee at our new-style information and feedback sessions. For our first series, we’ve invited Norfolk SEND Partnership Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS).
Family Voice’s new Family Chat sessions are just around the corner. As parents and carers of children and young people with SEND, Family Voice knows how daunting, confusing and frustrating it can be to get services right for our youngsters, and how amazing the transformation can be, both for child and family, when the correct measures are put in place.