Sorry there hasn’t been an update for a couple of days – there has been much less to tell you about. However, I can tell you today about a Behaviour Support Webinar we are running next Wednesday, 6th May from 10.30 to 11.30…..

Join us to get advice, tips and hear about what is on offer locally for behaviour support from:

Matthew Hodder, Positive Behaviour Service Lead for Bradford
Sara Burgess, Team Leader for the 0-25 Specialist Teaching and Support Service, SEMH Department

We are inviting parents to register to take part, and also to submit questions before the day, by emailing supportnews@pfba.org.uk. We need to have questions before the event so we can plan the time effectively. Places will be limited and it’s getting booked up fast, so please let us know as soon as possible if you want to be involved. Please let us know by Sunday 3rd May at the latest. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

 

Mentalhealth.org.uk have a page with lots of useful advice about parenting during the covid crisis, you can access that here.

You can now self refer to the NHS Volunteer Responder Service if you are self isolating and need support. You can make a referral for yourself if it helps you in your caring responsibilities. Find out if you can access this service here.

General tips from the Bradford Educational Psychology Team for children, families and carers – click here.

Each week the Council for Disabled Children publish parents and carers FAQ. If you would like to ask them a question email CDCQuestions@ncb.org.uk before Wednesday lunchtime for a response in the next weeks FAQs. Here are the answers to this weeks questions.