Portsmouth Parent Voice


Portsmouth Parent Voice


PPV will give support and advice to families with children with special needs.


We hold regular ‘drop-in’ sessions and workshops where you can meet parents in similar positions.

Helping parent carers of young people aged 0-25 with additional
needs and disabilities to shape and improve local services

Latest News

Impacting on You newsletter- May 17

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A Strategy for Improving Wellbeing and Resilience in Education

Future in Mind Strategy Final (BPR)

Welfare Reforms: Support In Portsmouth

Brief overview of key changes being implemented in April 2017 and how it might affect you and your family. Welfare-reform-2017-overview

Hampshire Teenage Project


Financial Hardship Directory

Money problems? Struggling to afford household essentials, like furniture or food? Use this directory to look for local and national services that could help. It can be used by anyone in Portsmouth, and by any advice and support services working…..

Healthy Young Mind – Exam Stress Newsletter

Overcoming Barriers: Unpaid Care and Employment

These results are from a study about people in employment who look after family or friends in need of help because of their physical or mental ill-health, disability or old age.Unpaid Care Employment Follow-on Study Results

Me First

Me first is an education and training resource that helps health and social care professionals to develop their knowledge, skills and confidence in communicating with children and young people. It does this by encouraging a child-centric mentality in staff, and by…..

Anxiety Newsletter

Anxiety newsletter Do you like this newsletter, please give your feedback here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XN9QSHG

PPV Impacting on You April 2017 Newsletter

IOY April 17 Impacting On You April 2017 newsletter. You can also view the newsletter via the Issuu website: https://issuu.com/barbaramcdougall4/docs/ioy_april_17