29 Organisations showcased their Information & Support for Parent carers & professionals at our Signposting & Information Event at Hubberts Bridge Community Centre in Janaury.
Parent Carers, Professionals and members of the public provided feedback at the event:-
"This was my first time attending a Signposting Event as a Professional and I really enjoyed it. All of the staff were very friendly, welcoming and accommodating. The venue was lovely. Lots of interesting stands however some stands felt a little hard to approach and not clear. Nonetheless I enjoyed the experience and will come again.
During the day we also gave parents the chance to attend two workshops delivered by Hil Gibb which gave parents a “Toolkit for Building their resilience"
During the workshops parents were asked to consider their coping mechanisms,were given hints to develop their skills,spent time exploring the support available and developing a plan to use the practical hints and tips they learnt.
Please see full report in our library for more details.
Volunteer Engagement Day
14th January 2020
LPCF held its Volunteer/Trustee engagement day at the Supreme Inn, Bicker Bar, Boston on 14th January 2020.
A team of ten volunteers joined together for a team building day to explore the work of LPCF.
The team were given an update on the meetings that volunteers and Trustees have been attending.
The Importance of the survey was discussed and all volunteers were encouraged to complete it and publicise it.
Discussions surrounding LPCF's Coffee Events followed and volunteers were asked to add post it notes to the display board. From these discussions it was suggested by volunteers, that LPCF should also have an open Facebook page for professionals and people without children with disabilities/SEN to find out more about us.
Volunteers commented "Team building - it was a chance for everyone to have a say, share ideas and chance to learn about things from a different perspective.
Lunch concluded the day.
26th January 2020
Our extensive quarterly round up of what parents have been saying about Health, Education, Transport, EHC Plans, Leisure, Social Care etc
This edition of our Parents Voice is again a large document demonstrating a wide range of feedback from parents.
The October to December report for 2019 can be found here.
For other Parents Voice reports please have a look in our extensive library or check back through our Achievements pages or our library page.