They come from across the County and are parent carers of children and young people with a range of special educational needs and disabilities.
They manage the running and operation of the organisation, ensuring openness, transparency and accountability at all times.
The Steering Group meet once a month to discuss Notts PCF priorities, engage with providers of services and plan developments to strengthen the group.
I got involved with Notts PCF as I want to make things better for others in a similar situation to me. NPH gave me a chance to have ‘my say’ and have my voice heard by local authorities, health and the Government about how I’d like things to work.
Parents and carers can express an interest to join the Steering Group and are voted onto the committee at the Annual General Meeting. However, you can also express an interest at any point throughout the year.
I joined Notts PCF because I wanted to make a difference and felt very strongly that you shouldn’t complain about things but try to alter them.
If you would like to discuss joining the Steering Group, please contact the Chair via the online contact form or directly via email – firstname.lastname@example.org. We can explain how the Steering Group works and invite you along to observe a future meeting so you can get a better understanding of what we do, who we work with and meet other members of the committee.
Come along and have your voice heard, we probably haven’t had the same experience or journey as you but which family has? As a group we can work together and make things better for everyone.
We also understand that members are parents and carers of children and young people with additional needs and/or disability, so sometimes Notts PCF has to take a backseat to your family’s needs. The flexibility to step-up and step-down from the Steering Group is part of our fundamental priciples.
If you would like us to send a copy of the latest minutes or agenda just email email@example.com