The charity has been holding a series of events on Zoom and Teams, most of which are open to the public. These include discussions with experts, signposting to support, reaching out to 'seldom heard' communities, and strategy decisions.
Signposting and support is available for parents and carers of children at Beeches Primary School, on April 14, with a similar event for Lime Academy Orton parents and carers on April 19.
A 45-minute parent carer consultation is being held on April 26 with a professional from the SEND services.
A virtual discussion about the ASD Strategy and Service is taking place on April 29, with a coffee morning to discuss appointeeship, deputyship and power of attorney happening on the same day.
A communities forum focusing on financial matters and support with them occurring on April 30.
Some of these meetings are attended by senior figures at Peterborough City Council.
The online meetings - apart from those which are for a specific group of people and, therefore, are held in private - are streamed on YouTube where they can be watched at any time.
Details on the events, including booking details on how to join in, can be found here.
Family Voice Peterborough's YouTube page, which includes recordings from previous events, can be found here.