We are a group of parent carer volunteers working together as Westminster Parent Participation Group (WPPG). This parent led group is for all Westminster parent and carers of children and adults with special educational needs and/or a disability (up to 25 years).
What do we do?
We create a space at our drop-in sessions where parents can meet together, ask questions, talk and feel listened to.
We can help you to access information, services and support.
We run weekly drop-ins, information sessions and consultation events (term time only)
We create opportunities for parents to get involved and have their say about services such as health, social care and education. We have parent representatives who help to represent the views of parent carers to service providers.
We meet every Thursday during school term time at our LDN living office between 10am-12pm. LDN Drop-in 389a Harrow Road, W9 3NA
We now also meet on Tuesdays between 10am -12pm at the Victoria Medical Centre, 29 Upper Tachbrook Street, SW1V 1SN
You are free to drop–in and meet parents/carers just like you and share your stories with them. We can also help guide you in the right direction to finding the right people to help you further.
I have the honour of chairing this respectful group after the latest Election back in November 2017. I am committed to the aims of this Forum since day one and will do my best to see it prosper. I am happy to have two great Executive Committee members, plus twelve of our dedicated Steering Group members to rely on.
We celebrated eight years of hard work which participated in reshaping the services for our kids starting from the Local Offer and ending lately with the EHC Plan.
I will always count on your support so together we can 'make it happen'
Chairperson of the Executive Committee
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389A Harrow Road
Contact us by phone via WSPLD Family Services Team on:
020 8968 2694
Chairperson, Hend Rahman
Vice Chairs: Yusra Esper and Shoulana Adededji