PSC has set up a number of support groups in response to feedback about the lack of ongoing support available, and subsequent feelings of isolation experienced by many of our families.
Parent support groups are a great way to meet other parents for practical and emotional support. Groups generally offer:
- Opportunities to socialise
- Information and advice
- Emotional and moral support
- A listening ear
- A regular meeting place
We have the following support groups:
Community Support Groups: groups in local communities, funded by the People’s Health Trust, for parent/carers of children and young people with additional needs.
Kinship Carers Support Group: for family members who are caring for children who cannot be cared for by their birth parents (e.g. Grandparents, Aunts/Uncles, Family Friends).
Adoptive Mums Support Group: for adoptive mums who are parenting/caring for children who have experienced developmental trauma and/or have special needs.
Dads and Male Carers Support Group: for birth fathers and male carers (Adoptive Parents, Foster Carers and Kinship Carers) who are parenting/caring for children who have experienced developmental trauma and/or have special needs.
Maidenhead Support Group for Adopters, Foster Carers and Kinship Carers: for parents and carers of children who have been through early life trauma and thus have special needs living in the Maidenhead area.
“Our children need us to look after ourselves and get the support we need” – Duchess of Cambridge
Please do not attend if you/your child or any other member of your household is unwell.
All adults and secondary school age children are required to do a lateral flow test 48 hours prior to attending a PSC event, and test negative.
Please note we will check your temperature on arrival. Anyone found to have a high temperature or displaying signs of being unwell will not be able to join in.