Parent Carer Support Groups

Groups to meet other parents for practical and emotional support.

Parent support groups are a great way to meet other parents for practical and emotional support. Most support groups are set up and run by parents and carers of children with additional needs. Some professionals and organisations, particularly children centres, run their own groups.

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Working with young people to raise aspirations, provide positive opportunities and key skills to build resilience for adulthood.
The Carers Leeds parent carer support service provides free information, advice and emotional support to anyone in Leeds who cares for a child with special educational needs and disabilities.
Support for parents and carers to provide accessible autism information.
DASSI is a peer support group for mums from Africa and ethnically diverse backgrounds.
The EOTAS parent carer support group provides support to those whose children and young people are unable to access a formal education setting at all stages of their journey.
To help parents give their children the best start HomeStart offer a unique confidential family support service.
A relaxed support group run from Ireland Wood Children's Centre for parents who have children under 5 who are awaiting, going through the Complex Communication Needs Assessment or have a CNN diagnosis.