Preparing for Adulthood with The Plymouth Parent Carer Voice

The Plymouth Parent Carer Voice (PPCV) are running a number of courses from July to November for parents and carers of young people with special educational needs and disabilities. The courses will cover safeguarding, health and safety and supporting your child, and is aimed at carers of young people aged 14 and over.


The Plymouth Parent Carer Voice is a group of volunteer parents and carers. They are an official forum who work closely with the local authority, to help improve the range of services in education, and health and social care for families in the Plymouth area. They aim to give a voice that will drive positive change for young people, and allow parents and carers to be part of the SEND process.


The short courses provided are running over different days and times to allow plenty of option to attend. There will be the chance to discuss several topics, including running a home, money and benefits, and managing risk.

Sessions will last around two hours and will be a mixture of discussion, video’s, and questions and answers.


For further information on course times, content and location, please visit;

www.plymouthpcv.co.uk/events