Bolton Parent Carers

We are Bolton’s parent carer forum for your 0-25 SEND journey

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What we do

Representing parents and carers

As a parent carer forum, we ensure that the voices of Bolton’s parent carers are heard by SEND professionals locally, and also nationally. Services have a duty to consider parent carers, childrens and young peoples views, when developing, reviewing and changing any services that are used by families with a child or young person (0-25) with SEND. We do this in a number of ways, whether it’s through sitting on formal groups, or developing relationships with professionals, we are always ensuring the voice of local families is represented. To find out more about how we represent families, and where, click here.

Keep up to date

Our news page keeps you up to date with our activities, opportunities for parents and carers, and updates from where we are active strategically.

Highlights from our news page

SEND Priorities

As a local area, all partners that work together across SEND have been working in coproduction to update Bolton's SEND...

SEND Training

Last week we were delighted to be invited back to a Bolton primary school to host a training session session alongside...

Autism in Girls

We are delighted to share a new resource for Bolton that has been co-produced by autistic young people, their parents...

Autism in Schools

Autism is Schools is a project that started in 2021. Originally a pilot in the North East, the project looks to...

Transition to Adult Health Services

We have been working with health colleagues locally on a project to improve the experience of families when children...

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Why not join up and become a registered member of Bolton Parent Carers.

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Registered Parent Carers since 2018

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February 2024

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