Search for information and services

Search for information or services using keywords. Get help with searching.
If your local group or organisation supports children and families, you can register for an account to add your details. To add details of services for adults, please do this via Wellaware.

Choose between information and advice and local services using the tabs below.

We found 152 information and advice articles related to "parent support group"

Refine your search by category

Articles

Below are information and advice articles matching your search.

For a list of services, please go to the Local services tab .

Special educational needs support in early years

Short summary:

All preschool children will have their progress assessed. Between the ages of one and two, your early years setting along with your child’s health visitor should check your child’s strengths as well as areas where they may be progressing slower.   You should receive a summary of your child’s development. This will include:  personal, social and emotional development  communication and…

Reading Well for teens

Short summary:

This is a list of useful books which provide information, advice, and support to help teenagers (13-18) better understand their feelings, handle difficult experiences, and boost confidence.  Some of the books are personal stories, others are fiction, some titles cover self-help techniques. All the books…

Learning disabilities

Short summary:

Children with learning disabilities do not learn certain skills as quickly as other people. They may, therefore, need extra help in certain aspects of their lives. The skills in question will depend upon the type of needs they may have. Page contents: The difference between…

SEND Glossary

Short summary:

This glossary is a quick reference point for parents, carers and young people. We have tried to make the information in our SEND Local Offer as easy to understand as possible, and this includes avoiding jargon. However, you may come across abbreviations and acronyms. These should always…

Child injury prevention

Short summary:

Unintentional injuries in and around the home are one of the leading causes of ill health and preventable death among young children in the UK.  However, many of these injuries could have been avoided. Working together the South Gloucestershire CHIP (Child Injury Prevention Group) aim…