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Multi-Agency Referral Panel

Representatives that attend the referral panel are professionals from health, education and social care who meet once a month to co-ordinate service delivery to those children referred. This is an open referral panel and all referrals must have parents'/carers' permission.  

News for families – IASS e-bulletin

Wolverhampton Information, Advice and Support Service produces a regular e-bulletin with local and national information for children and young people with SEND and their families. Families may find information particularly helpful during Covid-19. Currently, the news e-bulletin is published fortnightly and sent to everyone who…

NHS Health Check

Aged 40-74?  Have you had your FREE NHS Health Check? (It's a bit like a mid-life MOT); contact your GP practice for information on how to book your health check. Please watch the video for more information:

One You Wolverhampton

We want everyone in Wolverhampton to live happy, healthy lives. There are many factors which affect our health, from the environment, such as the air we breathe or the quality of the house we live in; our lifestyle, including the food we eat and exercise…

Out of School Clubs

Out of School Clubs are registered and inspected by Ofsted. They care for children aged 3 years and over before and after school hours. Children of a similar age are looked after by qualified staff. Breakfast and snacks are often provided. They may offer a drop…

Out of School Clubs - Local Offer

Out of School Clubs are registered and inspected by Ofsted. They care for children aged 3 years and over before and after school hours. Children of a similar age are looked after by qualified staff. Breakfast and snacks are often provided. They may offer a drop…

Paying for Childcare

There are currently two main sources of financial help for working parents: The childcare element of Working Tax Credit Childcare Vouchers The childcare element of Working Tax Credit is intended to help working parents on a low income with the costs of registered childcare. The…

Personal Budgets

  What is a Personal Budget? A Personal Budget is made available if a child/young person is assessed as needing additional and individual support from education, health and/or social care. The local authority or health service traditionally uses this money to purchase services on behalf…

Personal Health Budget for Children and Young People

A personal health budget (PHB) is an amount of money to support a person’s identified health and wellbeing needs, planned and agreed between the person and their local NHS Team. At the centre of the PHB is a care and support plan. This sets out…

PfA Outcomes across the age ranges for children and young people with SEND

A supportive tool has been designed by the Department for Education (DfE) to promote consideration of the four PfA (Preparing for Adulthood) outcomes as part of EHC planning across the age range. Here you will find more information on PFA outcomes.  
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