Are you a parent or carer with a child or young person who has additional needs, a disability or who needs extra help and support? If so come along to one of our friendly Family Forum Meetings.
The purpose of these meetings is to provide a welcoming space for parents and carers to meet up in similar situations and share experiences over a cup of tea or coffee. These meetings will also give you a chance to learn more about what’s on, tips and advice and other information that families who have children with additional needs may need.
These meetings also give you the chance to let the Parent Link Officers know your thoughts on what you feel is needed to support families in Birmingham.
More information about the meetings is available at https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/downloads/file/15347/family_forum_meetings_-_spring_2020
Contact: 0121 303 8461 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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