There’s loads of reasons why, if you are a parent carer in Cheshire East, you should join us. Becoming a member gives you access to free training, the ability to ask our professional experts a question and access to our forum where you can meet and chat to other parents.
You can also take part in consultation events with service providers to help co-design future health, education and social care policy and delivery.
How do I join?
Click here to complete your Parent Membership Form online
Click here to complete your Associate Membership Form online
(Don’t worry – it’s not too long; it should only take a few minutes. If you need to stop part way through you will be able to pick up where you left off if you click on the link again)
If you prefer to do things on paper you can download the form, print it off and post it back to us.
Click here to download the Parent Membership Form
Click here to download the Associates Membership Form
We are delighted to offer a free Max Card to our members. The Max Card is a discount card that offers children (aged 0 – 19) with additional needs and their families some great deals on products and days out across the country. Follow the links below to join the forum and we’ll send you your Max Card
Associate Membership for Professionals
If you are a Professional and you work with parent carers, then becoming an Associate Member of the Cheshire East Parent Carer Forum will help you connect with parent carers to ask for their input and provide them with information.
Parent Carer Chat & Chill (Autism Inclusive, Crewe)
21/11/2018 | 09:15 - 13:00 | Unit 8, Brierley Business Centre, Mirion Street, Crewe, CW1 2AZ
Welcoming drop in session for parents / carers of individuals with or suspected of having an autism spectrum condition. Join us for informative chats and support over a brew and a biccy. Child friendly
Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities: Our Health and Behaviour – Workshop
23/11/2018 | 10:00 to 13:00 | MIddlewich Community Church, 34 - 36 Brooks Lane, CW10 0JG
Children and young people with learning disablities: our health and behaviour A workshop with Barney Payne: CAMHS Learning Disabilities Community Nurse (Cheshire & Wirral Partnership) Refreshments provided Places are free, but numbers are limited, so we ask that you let us know if you book a place but then find you cannot come. If you […]
Coffee chat & chill: Middlewich Additional Needs Network
23/11/2018 | 10:30 - 13:30 | The Harvester Salt Cellar, Pochin Way, Holmes Chapel Rd, Middlewich CW10 0JB
Middlewich Additional Needs Network monthly coffee chat & chill Have a coffee (refillable) or even a breakfast, chat, relax for a while. Come and find out what we’re up to, and even suggest something that your children/young adults might like to try. Bring your little ones along, we really don’t mind. Everyone is very welcome.