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Housing Advice and Support

Housing issues will always arise and therefore you need to know your rights and responsibilities. You could also find yourself threatened with eviction if you can't cope with your mortgage payments. On these pages you can find information about how to go about renting or…

HY5! Youth Forum - For young people with a special educational need or disability (SEND)

Are you a young person aged 11 – 25? Do you consider yourself to have a special educational need or disability? Then we would love to hear from you!  This group will give young people the opportunity to come together and share their views and…

Identifying and Supporting Children and Young People with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs)

A Guide for Schools Our process for identifying and supporting children with specific learning difficulties has been developed by specialist teachers and educational psychologists. It is based on good practice guidance and follows the statutory SEND Code of Practice. It aims to help schools to…

Inclusion Support & Outreach Service Consultation Service for Parents/Carers

The City of Wolverhampton Council’s Inclusion Support Service and Outreach Service is offering a free consultation service to parents/carers to help parents/carers to support their child(ren) during the school closures as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Parents/carers who feel that they would benefit from…

Information on the Wolverhampton Health Local Offer

Information on the Wolverhampton Health Local Offer Health services provided within the Wolverhampton area are commissioned by a number of different organisations. Health services are often commissioned on a locality basis, although some are delivered by a single health provider across the whole county. Each…

Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy

The city's Health and Wellbeing Together Board is working to improve the health and wellbeing of residents, reduce health inequalities in the city and support the development of better and more joined up health and social care services. One of the ways it does this…

Joint SEND Strategy 2020-23

The Wolverhampton Strategy for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities 2020-23 sets out the vision and key priorities that council and partners in the city want to focus on to improve the lives of children and young people with SEND over…

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Here you can find more information on the joint strategic needs assessment.Following the reform to the Government’s Children and Families Act (2014) and introduction of the ‘special educational needs and disability (SEND) code of practice: 0 to 25 years’ (2015) is transforming the way children and young…

Mediation/Dispute Resolution Service Providers

The City of Wolverhampton Council has contracted two independent companies to provide a Mediation/Dispute Resolution Service for parent/carers and young people. Their contact details are: Prime Resolution Marilyn Webster109 Abbey Foregate ShrewsburySY2 6BATele: 07852 548611Email: marilyn@prime-resolution.co.uk  KIDS Craig Edmunson7-9 Elliot's PlaceLondonN1 8HXTele: 0121 362 4567Email: senmediation@kids.org.uk    You can…

Money Matters

See 'All Results' for all money related issues. If you are looking for help with paying for childcare advice you can now find a straightforward explanation of all government childcare support on the new Childcare Choices website: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk For further information and advice:- Family and…
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