What is the Hillingdon PCF?
It is somewhere where you can:
Join with other like minded parents/carers to discuss services and resources available to children and young people with SEN in the london borough of Hillingdon.
Make sure your collective voices are heard.
Gain valuable information about what is happening locally and nationally.
Help plan services.
Influence local services such as health, education and social care.
Attend training/workshops to empower you as parents and carers about topics that are important to you.
Be involved in events targeted at parents with disabled Children.
Find out about any systems to meet additional needs
Who is it for?
The Forum is for all mums, dads and carers in the London Borough of Hillingdon who have children and young adults of up to 25 years of age.
You can come along as:
a parent or carer
a representative from your child's school or
a representative of local or borough-wide parent groups.
Membership is free.
Why get involved?
You can be as involved as you want to be.
You can come along and listen, give your views or meet other parents and carers. The opportunity is also there for a more active role where you can play a big part in shaping services both now and in the future.
If you want to join us, go to our Join Us page, email us at email@example.com or telephone us on 07783 579 678. This is a number run by volunteers, so please leave a message and someone will get back to you.
Forum meetings run monthly on the third Monday of the Month (unless a Bank Holiday), if you are interested in becoming involved and attending please get in touch, details on our contact us page.
Hillingdon PCF Committee Meetings Minutes
Hillingdon PCF Policies ~
Message from Kevin Bugler.
We would like to hear from you about any difficulties you may be experiencing or experienced and any good practices we can share, so we can communicate with the authorities to help improve circumstances for all Parent Carers, caring for 0-25 year olds in the Hillingdon Borough.
The more information we have from you the more we can help by bringing the problems to those who are in the position to make things better for everyone. So please come along to the Meetings, Coffee Mornings and Events below for a chat wth us and other Parent Carers.
You can contact us as always on our Contact Us page, Facebook and Twitter or email us
at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07783 579 678.