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Helping Cambridgeshire’s parents and carers who have
children with SEND/additional needs.
Pinpoint Cambridgeshire is not only run for parents – but also by parents.
We give help and information to parent carers of children and young people aged 0-25 with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) and/or additional needs, as well as give parent carers opportunities to have a say and get involved in improving local services.
No formal diagnosis is required in order to access support from Pinpoint – for example, a child may be on a waiting list, accessing services, had a referral turned down, or just be struggling.
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What parents like about Pinpoint...
“Thanks so much, for this and all the work that you do – pinpoint has been a real lighthouse for those of us lost in the sea of support and…
For me, Pinpoint is an amazing place to go, where you ARE HEARD AND VALIDATED. No competition about who has is worse off.
“These meetings feel like a real lifeline and when everything feels like such a battle to cope and get the help we need for our little one it is so…
Thank you for all the hard work you’ve put in and Information you’ve provided over the past sessions I’ve attended. Pinpoint is such a great service and one of the…
“The meeting was really helpful and everyone at Pinpoint was very welcoming, supportive and listened- such a difference when you feel alone in this process!”
Really good to find support and assistance at this stage, as I feel like I’m in the dark.
I come to meetings to find out how to help my son – I feel the knowledge I have gained has helped settle him into the school environment.
This is a great service!
I have attended Pinpoint events for quite a few years now and have found the information very helpful and it has also enabled me to point other people in the…
Pinpoint have always been very helpful with and queries/problems that parents have. More recently, the help and support given to parents with home to school transport issues had been very…
I think it’s important for professionals to hear parents’ opinions.
Many thanks for an excellent meeting – well run, good quality attendees who listened! Very helpful, on many levels.
Pinpoint has completed the Communications Access Training, in conjunction with the National Network of Parent Carer Forums.
Pinpoint are committed to the Health Alliance Safeguarding Best Practice standards.
Pinpoint are delighted to have received the Carer Friendly Tick communities award demonstrating our commitment to supporting the needs of carers.
We are very excited to have been awarded the Good to Go: Good Governance mark by Hunts Forum. This mark ensures that organisations are well run with a good level of internal governance, financial control, management and data protection. Hunts Forum has seen our policies, interviewed us, and then a panel has reviewed the evidence and granted us the mark.