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CQC/Ofsted SEND Inspection Outcome

The Care Quality Commission and Ofsted have published the outcome of a recent inspection of services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Wolverhampton. It highlights both areas of good practice and those which require further development and a…

Day support provision for people with disabilities

The City of Wolverhampton Council has a list of providers who offer accredited day support to adults with disabilities on their behalf.  Each provider has demonstrated that they deliver flexible services that are responsive to the changing needs and aspirations of individuals and are focussed…

Dementia Cafes in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is aiming to create a City where people with dementia are better understood and their families and carers are offered the help and support they need. A number of prominent organisations in the City such as banks, local businesses and services are working together…

Disabled Person’s Free Travel Pass

The English National Concessionary Pass (Disabled Person’s Free Travel Pass) gives disabled people free travel by bus anywhere in England during 'off-peak' times - between 9.30am and 11.00pm Monday to Friday. All day at weekends and on public holidays.  Additional Benefits for West Midlands Residents Residents of the…

Do you have a housing problem and need some impartial advice?

Citizens Advice offers free, independent and confidential advice on housing, financial and legal matters. Shelter provide free, confidential advice to people with all kinds of housing problems through their online housing information and their face to face local services. Here you will find further information…

Do you need help to get back to work? (Work Clubs)

  Searching for work is not just about looking for jobs, it's a chance to review your skills and experience, look at how to sell yourselves to prospective employers and maybe consider trying something new.Here you will find information about work clubs. Work clubs and…

Do you need help with Access Services?

The City of Wolverhampton Council is committed to creating an accessible environment for everyone. The Access Service based in the Civic Centre, takes into account the needs of not just disabled people but also mobility impaired, elderly people, parents with children in buggies/prams, visually and hearing…

Doorstep Safety

Bogus callers, sometimes known as doorstep thieves, are people who trick their way into people's homes with the intention of stealing money or property. These people often work in teams of two or more and they usually prey on people who are elderly or vulnerable.…

Drink Less

It may seem like you don't drink much, but a drink or two most evenings can do harm to your body. From making you gain weight to increasing your risk of cancer, alcohol can have serious effects on your body. The more you drink, and…

Drug & Alcohol Support

There are a large range of both legal and illegal substances that can cause you harm in one way or another. Some are physically addictive, some are psychologically addictive, but all are dangerous. 'Substance misuse' includes the use of illegal drugs but also the misuse…
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