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Solihull SENDIAS Policies and Processes

Solihull SENDIAS Information for Young People

Local Links

  • Solihull Local Offer
  • Contact – Provides advice and information for families with disabled children.
  • Solihull Family Information Service
  • Family Equip – Supporting families of children with emotional and behavioural difficulties in the West Midlands.
  • Health Watch – The independent consumer champion for health and social care.
  • Carers Trust Solihull – Provides help and support to carers of all ages.
  • SASSI – Autism Parent and Carer Support Group.
  • West Midlands & Warwickshire Tourette’s Action Group – email julie@tourettes-action.org.uk
  • Different Strokes – support group for young stroke survivors; meets in North Solihull on Saturday afternoons. Email: cheddy60@yahoo.co.uk
  • Minimum Standards for IASS 2019
  • North Solihull Additional Needs Support – Wednesday morning meetings in North Solihull.
  • Safe Space Solihull – Morning and evening meetings in South Solihull
    (email: safespacesolihull@gmail.com)
  • Solihull Action through Advocacy (SAtA) – Provides advocacy mainly for people with learning disabilities.
  • Signpost Inclusion – Positive activities for children with additional needs inspiring them to achieve their full potential.
  • SoLO – Operates a wide range of projects and activities to cater for different age groups and different levels of ability, each one is specially designed to add value to the lives of individuals with learning disabilities.
  • Solar (CAMHS) – Provides emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children and young people in Solihull.
  • Solihull Down Syndrome Support Group – Age range: Birth to 19 years. Contact  Liz Williams on 07752 540237 or email info@sdssg.org
  • Council for Disabled Children – Offers a wide range of resources animations including: What is an Education Health and Care Plan? Animation; What is an Annual Review? Animation; What is Person Centred Planning? Animation; CAF 2014 template letters; CAF 2014 factsheets. These can be found on YouTube or on the CDC website.