Voice4Parents has met with Lisa Whelan, Service Manager for the Disabled Children and Young People Service, Fostering Service and Supported Accommodation for Young People Leaving Care, to discuss Social Care. 

Voice4Parents will be hosting a focus group on Friday 30th April 2021,  10am to 12pm, for parents and carers to meet with Lisa Whelan to discuss their experiences around Social Care for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) living in Wolverhampton.

This survey has been designed to help Voice4Parents get a clearer picture of Social Care in Wolverhampton and to prepare for the focus group, it will only take 5 minutes to complete. Thank you for your time.

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* 1. Have you accessed the Social Care team for your child/young person with SEND?

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* 2. If you answered Yes to Q.1, what was your experience like?

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* 3. Please tell us more about your experience with the Social Care team

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* 4. If you answered No to Q. 1, what is the reason why you haven't accessed the Social Care team?

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* 5. Please use the box below if you would like to tell Voice4Parents anything else about your experience or views of the Social Care team.

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* 6. I wish to be invited to the Social Care Focus Group

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* 7. My contact details are

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* 8. I understand and agree that Voice4Parents will hold this information in accordance with the general data protection regulations (GDPR). The information will be used to keep me updated on Voice4Parents work and events. Voice4Parents will not pass on my details to third parties but may use anonymised data to provide statistical information to services.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.

To be kept up to date with the work of Voice4Parents and to be invited to take part in future surveys, coffee mornings, focus groups and events please head to www.voice4parents.co.uk/get-involved to sign up to our mailing list and become a wider group member of Voice4Parents.
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