Your views and opinions are really important and we need them to improve what is on offer here in Trafford. There is a range of ways to get involved and have your say.
Trafford parents forum regularly hold Parent’s Voice meetings with parents and those professionals involved in looking after your children to help parents have a voice in what goes on in Trafford.
If your child is under 5 years of age, or under 8 for disabled children, you can get involved with your local Children’s Centres through their parent forums and Advisory boards.
If you are a young person, you can have your say at Trafford youth cabinet. We have a section of our website specifically young people that will list activities and other information that may be important to you. Contact us if you would like to be part of this and have your say on what it looks like and what it contains.
Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People (GMCDP) has a project called Shaping our inclusion which focuses on working with young disabled people who are interested in activism, campaigning and leadership. They are looking for disabled young people under 30 who want to develop their skills in leadership, project management, strategic thinking, representation, training and campaigning. See more about Shaping our inclusion.
If you are interested in health and want to have your say about the services available in Trafford, there is the Trafford talks health network. Anyone can join the network. It’s completely free and you can sign up for as much or as little involvement as you like. To join please contact Trafford Clinical Commissioning Group's engagement team with your name, address, job title and organisation, phone number and preferred contact method (email or post).