Voice4Parents gather the views of parents and carers to find out what's working well and where improvements can be made across education, health and care services. Your views help us identify key issues that are affecting families so that we can work with service providers and make positive changes.
So please take a few moments to tell us...... Click here to go to V4P's feedback form.
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As you will have seen on the home page of this website and on our Facebook page, Voice4Parents is hosting a focus group on Friday 30th April 2021, 10am to 12pm to discuss Social Care with Lisa Whelan, Service Manager Disabled Children and Young People Service, Fostering Service and Supported Accommodation for Young People Leaving Care.
Voice4Parents has also produced a very short survey on Social Care to get a better picture of parent carer's experiences, knowledge and views of Social Care. Please click here to complete the survey, it will take no longer than 5 minutes, with your involvement we can build a picture of Social Care in Wolverhampton.
Voice4Parents is working with the City of Wolverhampton Council to review its short breaks service.
Missed the consultation deadline?
Don't worry you, Voice4Parents are always keen to hear your views/experiences of short breaks, so let us know what’s working well and what isn’t for your child/young person or family. Please click here
Voice4Parents are currently working in partnership with the City Of Wolverhampton Council and Healthcare providers to implement a new Autism Strategy.
Parent participation is required to influence and shape this.
Parents and Carers alike have informed us that services for those with ASD need to be improved, both in terms of access and availability.
With this in mind, Wolverhampton aim to become an "Autism Friendly" City by 2021.
Autism friendly means being aware of social engagement and environmental factors affecting people on the autism spectrum, with changes to communication methods and physical space to better suit individual's unique and special needs.
We want to collect your views on how Wolverhampton could better provide for you/your family member with ASD and ultimately become inclusive for everyone by asking you to complete the following survey
We also want to collect your views on how to improve the experience of children and young people with SEND at Key Transition Points.
We need to identify what parents and carers feel are the Key Transitions that impact families, what works well? and what doesn’t? and collect suggestions on how improvements could be made by asking you to complete the survey below
Wolverhampton’s Outreach Service
Have you heard of the Outreach Service in Wolverhampton?
Is your child/young person at a mainstream school? Does their school access the outreach service for your child/young person? How could the service be improved?
We want your views on this service tell us what’s working well and what’s not for your child/young person and your family.