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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…

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.  

Post 16

The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) in partnership with the Department for Education has produced a series of fact sheets, films and posters designed to help children and young people understand some of the key themes of the new SEND reforms. There has been an…

Post-16 - Council for Disabled Children (CDC)

The Council for Disabled Children (CDC) in partnership with the Department for Education has produced a series of fact sheets, films and posters designed to help children and young people understand some of the key themes of the new SEND reforms. There has been an important change in the…

SEND - Moving into Adult Life

Please click the links on this page to find out more information about services and providers who can assist with the transition into Adult Life. If you need advice and guidance about education, training and employment options you can also talk to Connexions Wolverhampton.

SEND - Moving into Adult Life: Housing

Housing There are a variety of accommodation options available in Wolverhampton for young people, ranging from supported accommodation, foyers, supported lodgings, private renting and social housing. These can be accessed by self-referral or via the Wolverhampton Young Person's Accommodation Forum (WYPAF). The WYPAF is a…

SEND - Moving into Adult Life: Staying safe - Internet use

Staying safe - Internet use Young people who need support in using the internet and social media to find information and develop and maintain friendships. This may include where they can go for guidance on using the internet safely and how to protect themselves against…

Social Care - Transition to Adulthood

Local Authorities have a duty to carry out an assessment of anyone who appears to have care and support needs regardless of their eligibility and state funded care.  "Services at transition should be aimed at moving a person into work/adult life in such a way…
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