A new group for parent carers

We are finally launching a safe space for parent carers who have a disability, health condition or are neurodivergent! 

In our February Round-Up we mentioned that PaCC was planning to organise a new group, a safe space is for any parent carer who has a disability, health condition, or are neurodivergent – whether that’s suspected, self-identified or diagnosed.

We are very pleased to let you know that we have a date and location for the first get together. It will be on Wednesday 22 June in the Conference Room at Community Base, BN1 3XG. This first session will be a planning session where you can tell us what you would like to get from this safe space, how often you would like to see the group taking place and where, e.g. at a central venue or in different parts of the city. To gather as many views and suggestions, we will also send around a short survey for those parents who are not able to attend the first session in person. 

We are very excited to start this new group, a safe space for parent carers to come together, talk and offer support. 

We will further publicise the 22 June session closer to the time: keep an eye on our social media. In the meantime, do email admin@paccbrighton.org.uk if you have a query or want to find out more about the new group.  

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