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Accessing Independent Specialist Provider

Process for applicants (16-25) considering Independent Specialist Provider The transition from school to college is an important step for every young person and the Local Authority (LA) is aware of the importance of making sure that young people are able to access courses and provision…

Action for M.E. - Walsall College Student Disability Services

Services provided to: Adults Advice, support and guidance for students with disabilities, students with specific learning difficulties and medical conditions. The service is available to all registered students and include advice for getting Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA), long term medical condition practical support and requirements.…

Castle Business & Enterprise College

All Walsall school’s have a commitment, through their Local Offer to meet the needs of their pupils with Special Educational Needs and are supported by the Local Authority to ensure that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs make the best possible progress in school.…

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…

Job Centre Plus Disability Employment Advisers (DSA)

Disability Employment Advisors (DEA’s) offer help and advice to employed and unemployed people. Contact your local job centre to speak to a DEA.The kinds of help DEA’s can offer include: •Advice on special aids or adaptations to the workplace e.g. textphone or amplified phones, loop…

Learning Disabilities Transition Nurse

The Learning Disability Transition Nurse (Dawn) can: Attend school and placement reviews from the age of 14 years onwards. Complete health assessments and develop care plans with young people, their families and carers. Help young people and their carers complete health action plans. Discuss health…

Looked After Children- Health Service

The service covers all children and young people looked after by Walsall Council (living in/out of borough) 0-21years as need dictates. The team facilitates statutory health assessments within agreed timescales for looked after children utilising universal health services. They also complete health assessments for children…

Myplace Walsall

Myplace is a young people's and community centre in South Walsall, offering a wide range of services to help young people make a successful start in their adult and working lives.

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…
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