The Solihull local offer
The Solihull local offer tells parents and young people what they are entitled to.
The Solihull local offer tells parents and young people what services are available and how to access them.
You can also find out what support and services are available in the voluntary and private sectors – including charities, disability groups, nurseries, youth clubs etc. This includes leisure activities aimed at all children and young people.
This is all here as a service directory [link] that you can search.
There’s also information for young adults.
The local offer is to help you make informed choices about things that are important to you.
Visit the new Solihull MyLife website [link opens in a new tab or browser window] for advice and guidance on adult social care and information about health, wellbeing and fitness in Solihull
Local offer news
5th December 2016The Occupational Therapy Team have been given funding to run some Sensory Needs Courses for parents of children with autism who live/attend a school in Solihull. Course materials are produced …
Nurseries, playgroups, schools, academies, colleges and education support services like educational psychologists and specialist inclusion support.
Respite services and children’s disability services
GPs, paediatricians, school nurses and therapists.
Transition to adulthood
Opportunities and support from 14-25 as young people become adults and start to leave education.