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We are a small charity and so if we as a community can work together, we can build a stronger organisation which can increase our offering. There are many ways in which you and your children can support us. Below we have set out some ideas of what you or your children can do for … Continue reading Supporting the ADHD R&K Community
Email from Richmond Parent Carer Forum – 2 July 2020 Dear Voluntary Sector Partners, Please could you share this email with your mailing list. 1,494 EHCPs were recently audited as part of the LGSCO’s (The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman) recommendations in his report dated 18th October 2019. The audit considered information from 1st April … Continue reading Richmond Parent Carer Forum – Post Audit Survey
We are delighted to announce that we are collaborating with Richmond Healthwatch, an independent champion for healthcare and social services, who would like to hear your experiences of these services, especially during lockdown, via a Zoom focal group call. Your views and experiences could help shape the way such services are delivered so we would encourage you to participate. … Continue reading Healthwatch Richmond wants to hear from you!
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Now that people and organisations have adjusted to living and working in the current situation, we’ve compiled a short list of the services that are and are not operating with their contact details. ADHD Richmond and Kingston post diagnosis sessions In terms of our services, our ADHD post diagnosis sessions that we offer have moved … Continue reading An update on local services