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Parent guide: Childcare for families with disabled children - how to access free childcare for two to four-year-olds
A guide on your rights to free childcare for disabled children, with template letters on how to challenge decisions if your access to free childcare has been denied.
Parent carer participation: Overview flyer
Flyer with overview of parent carer participation, parent carer forums and National Network of Parent Carer Forums (NNPCF)
Parent carer participation: An overview
Introduction to parent carer participation, how parent carer forum operates in England with good practice examples.
Parent guide: Aids, equipment and adaptations
Information on how to get equipment, mobility aids and adaptations to your home for your child, plus where to go for grants, specialist support and advice.
Parent guide: Holidays, play and leisure
Play and leisure for disabled children, how to get help with funds and where to find more information about taking a holiday. Plus information about arranging holidays and organisations which give grants for them.
Parent carer participation: GP practice guide-making GP practices more welcoming
Practical suggestions for GP practices to make it easier for disabled children to visit their GP.
Parent carer participation:parent story 'One parent's hopes for the future'
A member of the Parent Carer Council for Cornwall talks about her her hopes for her daughters future and why she is committed to promoting parent carer participation
Parent carer participation: Achievements and Challenges of parent carer forums 2015-16
Overview of achievements and challenges of parent carer forums throughout 2015-16
Support for parent carer forums: Recommended training providers for parent carer forums
Contact details of trainers in parent carer participation supporting parent carer forums work across England.
Parent carer participation: parent story 'No wrong door'
How York's 'no wrong door' approach helped one parent find the right services for her child and led to her getting involved in her local parent carer forum.