Talking Points - Advice Sessions

Monthly SEN Advice Drop-In Sessions:

Do you have concerns about your child's education or would like some help in approaching school or nursery? Would you like support at a meeting or to talk through what you want to say? Would you like help with understanding reports, writing letters or getting ready for a meeting?

If you would like to find out more about the SEN system, or are looking for a chance to talk things through, join us at one of our free Talking Points drop-in sessions.  The sessions are normally held in County Hall but during the current time, we would like to offer you a personal 1-1 telephone meeting with one of our Advisors.  The Telephone Appointments usually take place on the first Wednesday of the month and the third Friday of the month. 

These sessions run from 10-11.30am.  Upcoming dates are listed here -

To reserve a time slot (initially for half an hour), please email  or telephone 07786524294 and Liz Kinch, our Administrator, will arrange an appointment for you.

You can always ring and arrange an appointment at any other time.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Elizabeth Kinch
01865 810516 01865 810516 07786524294 07786524294
Talking Points
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Parent Organisation
SENDIASS Oxfordshire SEN & Disability Information Advice and Support Service - formerly Parent Partnership

Where to go

County Hall
New Road
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Other notes

Open to parents, carers and relatives of any child with SEN or disabilities.

Additional Information

Providing services to

Open to parents, carers and relatives of any child with SEN or disabilities.

Supporting people with
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment


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