We are an independent, non-political group that represents parents and carers of children and young people (0-25 yrs) with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), in Derby City.
We are funded by the Department for Education as the recognised Parent Carer Forum for Derby City.
The Forum is a voluntary group of parents and carers who want to make a difference. Helping to give all children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities the best possible future.
We welcome new members and volunteers.
We have regular events and meetings and keep parents and carers informed about what’s happening in Derby, as well as wider issues which can impact on our children and young people.
- We work on local issues and have input at a regional and national level.
- We work in partnership with education, health and social care organisations, to get the best outcomes for our children and young people.
- We give parents and carers a voice, encouraging them to give feedback on a range of issues.
- We signpost to services that can offer support and advice.
Why Our Volunteers Do What They Do
Upcoming Events & Activities
Parent Carers Together Hub, Suite 1.1, Litchurch Plaza, DE24 8AA
Bramblebrook Community Centre
Stockbrook Street Derby, DE22 3WH
How You Can Get Involved
If you want to inquire about membership, volunteering, an upcoming event or something else, you can get in touch with us a number of different ways.
The easiest (and most direct) way is to fill out the contact form below.
You can also arrange a telephone callback via the chat icon in the bottom left corner of your screen. If you don’t see this, disable all ad-blocking software, apps or extensions while browsing our site.
Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership is free and gets you access to all the latest news and updates from the Forum.
It is open to anyone who is a parent, grandparent or carer of a child/young person aged 0-25 with SEN and/or other disabilities. You are still eligible to join even if you don’t have a formal diagnosis.