Cheshire East Parent Carer Forum is a voluntary group of enthusiastic, dedicated parent and family carers.
Our aim is to work in partnership with everyone who can help improve the quality of life for children and young people.
We offer support for parent and family carers in the Cheshire East Local Authority area. We also ask for the support of our membership in working with local service commissioners and providers to ensure that our voice is heard when making decisions about these services.
If you are interested in becoming a parent or professional associate member of the Cheshire East Parent Carer Forum, please complete the online application form.
Parent Carer Members will benefit from advice, signposting, training and the ability to ask questions of other carers and professionals, as well as attending events. Many of our parent carer members also say the benefit of the Forum is to have easy access to friendly, local people who understand what it’s like to have a child with additional needs and are willing to help.
We have a Code of Conduct that we have all agreed to, which can be viewed by following this link Code of Conduct
SEND Voice Matters – Secondary
28/06/2019 | 13:00 to 15:00 | Middlewich High School, King Edward Street, Middlewich, CW10 4BU
SEND Voice Matters event for secondary age An event designed specifically for primary school age SEND Children and Young People to have their voice heard. (A SEND Voice Matters event – Primarywill run in the morning) Schools are invited to bring along their students to meet the Participation Team and get involved with some fun activities. It […]
SEND Voice Matters: Primary age
28/06/2019 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Middlewich High School, King Edward Street, Middlewich, CW10 4BU
SEND Voice Matters event – Primary An event designed specifically for primary school age SEND Children and Young People to have their voice heard. (A SEND Voice Matters event for secondary age children & young people will run in the afternoon) Schools are invited to bring along their students to meet the Participation Team and get involved […]
Planning for your future – transitions information event
04/07/2019 | 12:00 to 20:00 | Holmes Chapel Community Centre, CW4 8AA (opposite the train station)
It is a drop in event for young people with additional needs and their families (services aimed from year 9 upwards) no need to book. It is never too early to start thinking about what you might like to do in the future! This event will help you start thinking about what matters to you and help you find […]