Get Involved

Members can choose how involved they wish to be, no one is expected to be a parent representative if they prefer not to be: but we do want and need your opinions and your support, our effectiveness increases with your input.

It’s really important that we can represent the views and needs of as many parents and carers as possible, and to do that we need lots of parents and carers to join us.

We want you to feel safe sharing your views with us. We never disclose personal or identifying information without your permission.

Come along to one of our drop in sessions or meetings and have a chat with us.  Your views and experiences are invaluable to us.

If you require help to come along, contact us and we can see what we can arrange. It is a great opportunity to meet new people, gather information and find out what is going on in Warrington.  You will soon realise you are not alone!

If you want to contribute more you can become involved with one of the many areas we are active in such as supporting each other, sharing information and collecting feedback, consultation and involvement in the shaping of services in Warrington.

Find something that interests you and help us make a difference.

If you want to be part of making Warrington a better place for your children and young adults with disabilities or special needs, please come along and see what we get up to.
Warrington Parent & Carers Forum can help make your voice matter!
Go to our news page for the latest info on our events and projects or click on the Facebook link at the top of the page.

Thanks for joining us

Upcoming Events

WarrPAC Check-in & Chat session with Carol Humphries from the ADHD/LD Nursing Team
WarrPAC Check in & Chat Session
WarrPAC Check in & Chat session with Kat Booth Deputy Designated Clinical Officer for SEND

10th June 2022

WarrPAC Check-in & Chat session with Carol Humphries from the ADHD/LD Nursing Team

Come along to Sandy Lane Children’s Centre and join the team for a drink and catch up, this session we will be joined by Carol Humphries from the ADHD/LD Nursing team. Carol will be available to talk…

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