The Parent and Carer Alliance C.I.C. are expanding our services to provide webinars. We miss seeing you face to face but know that you need advice and support now more than ever. Please see the list of forthcoming webinars below, click on the form link to book your place.
See our Recorded webinars page for videos of past webinars
PHYSIOTHERAPY WEBINAR THURSDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 11:00 AM TO 12:30 PM
LEARN TO CARE FOR YOURSELF AND AVOID INJURIES
Kimberly Morris’s experience in adult physiotherapy includes treating common musculoskeletal conditions, from back pain to sports injuries. She also specialises in the rehabilitation of neurological conditions, including cerebral palsy
Kim says: “I love working closely with parents, carers and healthcare professionals to provide sensitive and effective care”. To find out more about Kim please click here
The webinar aims to help carers manage care whilst avoiding common issues and injury
- Focusing on the upper and lower limbs and back, and on
- Managing an injury, followed by
- An open Question and Answer session
CLICK HERE TO BOOK, then complete the form and pay the booking fee.
EDUCATION ADVOCACY FRIDAY 5TH MARCH 10:30 AM TO 12:30 PM
Nigel Pugh MD of Education Advocacy will be talking about:
The Annual Review process- what is supposed to happen as opposed to what does happen. How to deal with the issues.
Mediation – what you should be looking for and what the law says
s20 Childrens Act 1989 – Voluntary accommodation – a demystification.
Phase Transfer – what to do if you have not got an offer
Depending on time he will be happy to address any pre submitted questions.
Nigel has 28 years’ experience supporting parents and children as they go through the Special Educational Needs process. He started as a parent of 2 children with SEN, became a voluntary befriender for 10 years, set up and ran a parent partnership scheme for 3 years, worked for a legal aid law firm with an education franchise, was Head of Befriending at the British Dyslexia Association, worked for the Exclusions Team at IPSEA and then under contract to the Disability Rights Commission via IPSEA. He set up Education Advocacy in 2008, and he currently has two case workers processing some 80 plus cases annually, with Nigel doing the Tribunal
CLICK HERE TO BOOK, then complete the form and pay the booking fee