We want to know what information or advice children and young people need right now, so that we can provide the right guidance for them in the right way.
Build Back Better for Devon’s care leavers connected care-experienced young people with senior managers and leaders from across the Devon Children and Families Partnership, so that Devon’s decision makers could hear first-hand the lived experiences and needs of care leavers.
If you know someone who is worrying about money and how to pay for basic household essentials, please encourage them to apply for extra assistance through funding that we have made available via District Council’s hardship funds.
Devon County Council has said it will ensure hardship support is available to vulnerable children and families across the county this winter and pledged extra funding to ensure no child goes hungry.
We are developing a new vision for the SEND service and would love to hear your views on what this should look like.
It’s World Mental Health Day today (Saturday, 10 October). And this year it comes at a time when our daily lives have changed considerably as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) are inviting residents (and visitors) in Devon and Cornwall to complete a short survey about their Safer Summer Scheme.
The Exeter Community Safety Partnership is hosting a free online conference that will look at Hate Crime, links to extremism and partnership working to tackle Hate Crimes.
The Devon Health Visiting team want to hear your opinions to help them make improvements that support your needs.
Victims of domestic abuse can still access vital support services and groups, despite current restrictions.