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Categories of Need

On 12 June 2019, Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and Commissioning Partnership Board endorsed the consistent adoption and utilisation of one set of recommended categories of need across the Council. Here you will find the recommended categories of need that the Council will employ moving…

Check Your Health

From online interactive tools and self-assessments to the NHS Health Check – there are lots of ways you can check and assess your health. Finding out more about your health and whether you have a risk factor for a health condition can be really helpful,…

Child Development Service

Wolverhampton Child Development Service (CDS) offers a city-wide, specialist integrated service for children birth to 5 years of age who may have factors that affect their development. The service works closely with Universal services to ensure early identification, support and treatment of children with SEND…

Childcare

High-quality childcare has a significant impact on children's development. When looking for childcare you will find a variety of types available and each will vary in their opening hours, costs, and the age of the children they will care for. To get further information about the…

Childminders

Childminders are registered and inspected by Ofsted. They care for children from birth upwards in their own home. Childminders will have completed a six month part-time training course before starting work. They may offer flexible opening hours including weekends and evenings. Meals are often provided…

Coronavirus Advice and Information

Here you will find the latest Coronavirus Advice and Information updates. The City of Wolverhampton Council, the NHS in Wolverhampton and Public Health England are working together to stop the spread of the coronavirus and to keep residents up to date with key national guidance and local information.…

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…

Disabled Children & Young Person’s Team Eligibility Criteria

This Disabled Children and Young Person's Eligibility Criteria document (available in the downloads section of this page) sets out the eligibility criteria for how the Disabled and Young Person’s Team will support disabled children and young people including guidance to alternative sources of support that…

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…
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