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Welcoming the Entrust Care Partnership

Contact are delighted to announce that the Entrust Care Partnership will be working locally to support parent carers to get involved in shaping a new parent carer forum for Coventry from August 2022. Friendly Entrust engagement workers Dannii and Helen will reach out into local schools and other organisations supporting children and young people with additional needs to chat with parent carers about creating their own forum this Autumn Term 2022. They will answer questions about forums and the work that they do and let everyone know how to stay informed and/or get more involved.

Want to stay updated in the meantime? Parent carers of a child or young person with additional needs aged 0-25 either living in or accessing statutory services (for instance a school or health provision) in Coventry, please join the closed Coventry PCF Facebook group today. Parent carers interested to get more actively involved in shaping the Forum and/or volunteering to sit on a start-up committee? Email Parent carers, professionals, and anyone else interested in the work of Coventry PCF? Opt in to receive Coventry PCF e-news using the subscribe form on the home page of this website. Want to know more about parent carer forums? Do you want to find out more about parent carer forums and how they work? Watch the video What is a Parent Carer Forum and What Do They Do? And, watch Making a Difference, Why Should I Join My Local Parent Carer Forum? to discover how parent carers across England are helping improve local and national services for children with additional needs. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Coventry Parent Carer Forum is an independent organisation created and run by parent carers to improve services for local children and young people with additional needs. Contact is the delivery partner of the Department for Education in delivering parent carer participation in England. The Entrust Care Partnership is committed to meeting the needs of disabled children, young people, adults, and their families and carers living in Coventry and Warwickshire through the provision of short break activities, support, training and advice.

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