Families are the most important influence in children's lives

EPC is a registered charity working for the benefit of children and their families in the London Borough of Enfield.

We offer services to assist progress at school if your children are facing difficulties.

For children, young people with Special Educaiton Needs and/or Disability (SEND) or for parents/carers of children with SEND, we offer information, advice and support.

Charity No. 1087969

Company Limited by Guarantee (England & Wales) No. 4226256

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Frontpage News

Dee Eimer retires from EPC

The end of November saw the retirement of Dee Eimer after 13 years as the Chief Executive of Enfield Parents & Children.

'I will look back on my years at EPC as ones of personal growth, of enjoying every day that I came into work, of working with wonderful colleagues and most of all having the greatest feeling of all – of being able to help children and their families through difficult times and knowing that we have made a difference to their lives.

Toy Collection

Andy Love kicks off our Toy Collection at Tesco in Ponders End.

Please visit any of the following stores and donate a toy: Ponders End Extra, Lea Valley Extra, Enfield Southbury Road Super Store,

 

AUTISM PARENT/CARERS SUPPORT GROUP GATHERING

We invite you to attend our Parent Support Group gathering.

WHY:

  • To provide and receive emotional and practical support/reduce stress .
  • To develop constructive coping skills and exchange information.
  • To develop a clearer understanding of your child’s needs.
  • To share thoughts, feelings and explore ways of coping

WHO:

The SEND Reforms: Understanding Outcomes and the “All About Me” Section A

Who is this work shop for?

This work shop is a MUST for any parents/carers of Year 11 pupils with Statements. However, it is also helpful training for professionals who would like to attend.

What is it about?

Given the recent changes in the Special Educational Needs Law, the most significant for 30 years, it’s vital for you to understand what you need to do, to ensure a successful conversion of your child’s Statement to an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). This will be happening for Year 11 pupils in the next few months.

The aim of the workshop will be to:

INFORMATION SESSION ON THE EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CARE PLAN

Education, Health and Care Plan,
The Local Offer & Personal Budgets

Under the new Children and Families Act, Special Education Needs Statements will be replaced by Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP). 

Information for Young People

The Enfield Special Education Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service known as Enfield SEND IASS supports Young People independent of parents/carers. We provide CONFIDENTIAL advice, information and support to anyone over the age of 16 with Special Education Needs and/or a Disability on matters relating to education support.

Families are the most important influence in children's lives

EPC is a registered charity working for the benefit of children and their families in the London Borough of Enfield.

We offer services to assist progress at school if your children are facing difficulties.

Independent Support

The Children and Families Act 2014 introduces changes to the system of support and provision for children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities. The law came into effect on 1st September 2014 and the importance of taking into account the views, wishes and feelings of young people, parents and carers, is at the heart of the legislation. 

New volunteering opportunity

TRAINEE VOLUNTEER COUNSELLING SUPERVISOR

Requirements 

Trainee volunteer counselling supervisor must:

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