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    Contact a family

    Contact a Family provides support, advice and information for families with disabled children, no matter what their condition or disability. In the West Midlands, we carry out our service through our regional office in Birmingham, home-based workers and volunteers. Working at a local and regional…

    Personal Budgets and Direct Payments

    What are Personal Budgets or Direct Payments? Direct payments are cash payments made by the local authority to an individual who has been assessed by a social worker and is eligible for such support.  A direct payment is paid directly to you to purchase and…

    Short Breaks Service for Disabled Children

    A short break is a good quality, fun, positive activity that your disabled child or young person can either attend with you or independently. A short break can last from a few hours or overnight, depending on your child’s level of need. It can take…

    The Walsall Education Local Offer for Mainstream providers

    What You Can Expect Schools to Do The school will welcome you and your child and take time to talk to you about your child’s individual needs before they start. The school will inform you about all their policies, including how they support children who…

    Walsall Information, Advice & Support Service (SEND) (formerly Walsall Parent Partnership Service)

    If you have concerns about special educational needs (SEN) we can provide: Free, impartial, confidential information, advice and guidance for parents/carers of children with SEN. and guidance for young people with SEN in education aged 16 – 25.   We offer: Accurate, impartial and up to…

    Walsall Local Authority Transfer Plan - converting Statements into Education Health and Care (EHC) Plans

    From September 2014 Walsall Local Authority has had a duty to transfer children and young people’s statements to Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans, as well as providing the opportunity for young people with Learning Difficulty Assessments to convert to EHC Plans if they continue…
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