Winners of annual PaCC awards announced

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PaCC, Brighton and Hove’s parent carer council for families with disabled children, today held it’s annual award ceremony in Brighton 

An award ceremony to celebrate the people who have supported families with disabled children in 2023 was held today in Brighton, organised by PaCC. [1]

This annual event aims to celebrate the special people and organisations who made a difference to the SEND community in Brighton & Hove in 2023. The awards were presented by Georgina Clarke-Green, Assistant Director, Health, SEN & Disability, Families, Children and Learning at Brighton & Hove City Council and representatives from PaCC.

PaCC say this year’s awards received a record number of nominations. Winners included Norman Haskins, Hidden Children Officer, Brighton & Hove Local Authority and Ros Cook, Chair of Trustees at Extratime. [2]

The award ceremony was followed by the launch of an international project, Balancing Act, which aims to review the support families with SEND receive in different parts of the world. [3]

Becky Robinson, Chair of PaCC said:

“We know that everyday life for our families can be a challenge and a struggle. PaCC is here to be one of the voices for the SEND community, a way to make sure the needs and aspirations of SEND families are included when services are planned and delivered.

“Our PaCC Awards are a way to say ‘thank you’ to people and organisations, and to hold them as a good example of SEND services and support. I want to congratulate and say thank you to all the brilliant winners in a year where we received a record number of nominations.”

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