COURSES AND EVENT INFORMATION

SPECIAL NEEDS WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS AND CARERS

There are limited spaces available for the above free workshop being held at the EDC on 11th June 2018.  Further details can be found on the flyer below.

Special Needs Workshop for parents and Carers

AUTISM INFORMATION AND COMMUNITY DAY

A free event has been organised at Collingwood Centre on Saturday 14th July – details for which can be found on the flyer below.

Collingwood Fun Day

FACE WALSALL

FACE Walsall are trying to increase their reach and attract as many parents/carers  of children and young people with SEND to forthcoming events.  These include coffee mornings and information sharing events.  Further details can be found on the flyers below.

FACE Walsall Parent Carer Forum – Forthcoming Events

  Date Time Venue
Coffee Mornings Friday 20 April 9.30 am onwards Toby Carvery, The Broadway, Walsall
Wednesday 23 May 9.30 am onwards Venue to be Confirmed
Thursday 14 June 9.30 am onwards Venue to be Confirmed
Monday 9 July 9.30 am onwards Venue to be Confirmed
Workshops Wednesday 28 March 10.00 am – 12.00 The Royal Hotel – to be confirmed
  Topic: Plans and aims of SENDI in Walsall and how we access services including Walsall Council’s Local Offer
  Thursday 21 June 10.00 am – 12.00 Venue to be confirmed
  Topic: Transition, includes Reception into Year 1, Primary into Secondary and Preparing for Adulthood
  Thursday 20 September 10.00 am – 12.00 Venue to be confirmed
  Topic: CAMHS – Children and Mental Health Services and Healthcare will be discussed

Walsall Parent Carer Forum   https://facewalsall.wordpress.com/whats-on/

WALSALL CHILDREN’S SERVICE LAUNCH OF A NEW INITIATVE

Parents and Carers are invited to help develop SEN Family Hubs across Walsall for all parents of SEN pupils from mainstream and special schools.  Further details are available below.

SEN Family Hub

FREE: Online Parenting Course

Resilient Families is a free online parenting course from Parent Zone, part of the team that brings you Parent Info. It’s designed to help parents get to grips with the things they really worry about when children and young people go online.

Resilient Families includes topics such as radicalisation and extremism, cyberbullying and sexting. Parents can take the 3-part course at home as many times as they like, picking up vital advice and information to help them understand the risks their children can face, and arming them with the knowledge to help them cope with it.

To find out more information, please follow this link http://parentzone.org.uk/resilient-families