• HANDSWORTH ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS

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  • HANDSWORTH ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS

    Community Links

  • HANDSWORTH ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS

    Community Links

FURTHER RESOURCES

GRANT GUIDE
A grant guide for professionals working with families in need DOWNLOAD
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The Birmingham Local Offer will provide you with support and information on special educational needs. VISIT
The ADHD Foundation works to improve emotional wellbeing, education, behaviour and life changes through a better understanding of ADHD VISIT
The ‘CDC resources’ inbox, CDCresources@ncb.org.uk is designed to enable parent carers, sector professionals and practitioners to share resources, to support families of children and young people with SEND CONTACT
Autism West Midlands use passion and expertise to enrich the lives of people on the autistic spectrum and those who care for them. VISIT
Resources for Autism provide practical services for children and adults on the autistic spectrum and for those who love and care for them. VISIT
The Girl with The Curly Hair: The Curly Hair Project was founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe to support people on the autistic spectrum and those around them. VISIT
Sibs is a charity supporting siblings of children with a range of difficulties including SEN, autism or other serious long term condition. They offer information and advice to parents and professionals on who to support siblings VISIT
Birmingham Carers Centre provides support, information and advice to people who care for friends and family with disabilities VISIT
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MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT
For young people aged 11-25 there are forums, guides and counselling available at Kooth. VISIT
If your child 0-25 needs support, get in touch with Pause by email or by calling 0207 841 4470. EMAIL PHONE
Adults can get support from MIND by calling 0121 262 3555. VISIT PHONE
Bereavement support- get help by calling 0121 687 8010 or from Cruse. VISIT PHONE
For urgent help call Forward Thinking Birmingham on 0300 300 0099 VISIT PHONE
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CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR
Family Lives.
This website provides support and advice to parents of children who have challenging behaviour. Click here for more information.
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Children’s Information and Advice Service (CIAS)
A free, confidential and impartial advice, support and guidance on all aspects of child care and a wide range of services that support children, young people and families.
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heads Heads Meeting
HEALTH
Birmingham Community Healthcare VISIT
Sense provide support in helping people communicating and expressing themselves no matter how complex their disability. VISIT
Multi-sensory resource pack An information resource for parents and carers of children who have a multi-sensory impairment. (This may be a large pdf file to download) DOWNLOAD
The charity SEED is and Eating Disorder Support Service and can offer a range of support and guidance VISIT
BID Services are a charity who work in partnership with children, young people, adults and their families/carers who are deaf, hard of hearing, visually impaired or have a dual sensory loss. VISIT
Sleep.
Cerebra This website provides advice on how to get a better night’s sleep.
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ONLINE SAFETY
Links to resources recommended by the UK goverment VISIT
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Women’s Aid VISIT
Refuge VISIT
Advice UK VISIT
Samaritans: 01902 426 422 (24 hours a day) VISIT PHONE
Citizens Advice Bureau: 01902 572 006 VISIT PHONE
Male Domestic Violence Advice Line: 0808 801 0327 PHONE
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FOODBANKS
We offer our own food bank for families in Handsworth but there are also food banks across Birmingham that are here to help. Click this button to find a foodbank near you. VISIT
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FACEBOOK LINKS FOR PARENTS
Bernardo's Birmingham Forward Steps (Edgbaston) VISIT
Bernardo's Birmingham Forward Steps (Ladywood) VISIT
Erdington Children's Centres VISIT
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HELP IN AN EMERGENCY
If you are worried about a child, please call Birmingham’s Children's Advice and Support Service on 0121 303 1888. PHONE
In an emergency, including child abuse, contact the Police on 999. You can also chat to the Police by clicking this button. VISIT
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Our Funding Partners

Handsworth Association of Schools thanks our generous funding partners

hm gov community fund
lottery funded
Police Crime Commission
Reduce Violence
Ernest Cook
Aviva
NHS University Hospital Birmingham
near neighbours
Hear tof England Building Society
Birmingham City Council
Sandwell and Birmingham Hospital Trusts