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Care Homes - What are they?

  Most people want to live in their own for as long as possible, there are a vast range of support and services available to help them to do this, a good starting point is to use this portal to search for help. Even if you…

Care Leavers Offer

Here you will find out more information on the Care Leavers Offer.                                                                       …

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, because you…


For more details on what cholesterol is and how you can reduce your bad cholesterol please visit the following links and useful information on this page: NHS Choices: What is high cholesterol British Heart Foundation: High Cholesterol - Symptoms, Causes & Levels

City centre car parks

Across the city you’ll find a number of council owned car parks, some offer free parking, others have restrictions.Here you will find information about city centre car parks Here you will find details about penalty charge noticesHere you will find out information about the blue badge scheme

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…
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