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Staffordshire Family Partnership Service

Staffordshire Parent Partnership Service - working together for your child 

Staffordshire SEND Family Partnership (Information, Advice and Support) Service, (formerly Parent Partnership Service) is for parents and carers of children and young people aged 0 to 25, with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). 

We now offer a service to parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-25 years and will cover Education, Health and Social Care issues.

Our team help develop closer links and better communication between families and all involved with their child and young person. This could include schools, education, health and social care, voluntary organisations and other professionals involved with a child or young person who may have a special educational need or disability. 

We provide a free, confidential| and impartial| service across the county, offering information, advice and support. For example, we can:

  • Provide an individual casework service including support in meetings and supporting parents to participate in decisions made about their child. 
  • Signpost to other agencies.
  • Help when thngs go wrong including early disagreement resolution, managing mediation, apppeals to the Tribunal, exclusions and complaints.
  • Provide advice and training to parent groups and forums.


Staffordshire SEND Family Partnership Service (SFPS) is funded by Staffordshire County Council. It operates independently as a confidential service for parents and carers of children and young people (0-25) with special educational needs and disabilities.

An Advisory Group| supports and guides the work of the Service.  

If you cannot find what you are looking for please feel free to Contact us|.

Quick Links:

Parent training - SkillShare|||

Have a look at the parent packs & leaflets we offer|||

Behaviour and Exclusions|||

Parent Participation|||

Whats On|||


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