The Big Conversation – Road to Recovery for SEND families.
Following on from the success of our first Big Conversation workshop - returning to school in September 2020 parents told us how helpful this session was and that they would valve the opportunity for further sessions.
We are very aware how tough life has been for you and your families hearing from many parents about what it has been like managing and getting through the last year.
We may have been in the same storm called Covid but perhaps in different boats! As we begin to start to see the light at the end of the COVID tunnel, we would like to hear from you what concerns, questions you may have for yourself and your families that will enable you to begin to recover and manage the impact of this difficult year.
We are inviting you to join us on Tuesday 23rd March 10-12 to receive short presentations about some of the support available and to have the opportunity to meet with us and professionals from the Local Authority and Health and ask them questions.
We would also like to talk together about what is needed going forward. The focus of this workshop will be on recovery and wellbeing for your children and yourselves.
We are aware that meetings like this cannot always provide people with the opportunity to have all their questions responded to, so we are inviting you send into us any query, worry , question or suggestions you have.
We will forward them to the relevant professional so that on the 23rd we can respond to both questions sent in advance and on the day.
To register click on the link below:
We invite you to send in your questions to Meetal Bhudia BPCF Adminstrator by Monday 22nd March email@example.com or you can call Carol 07852101492 and she will record your question and pass on.
We are in the process of confirming the agenda and will send out to all attendees nearer the 23rd of March. Once you register, we will send you the zoom link and more details about the workshop.
We are really looking forward to seeing you on 23rd March. Take care and continue to stay safe.
Brent Parent Carer Forum CIC