Useful website links / resources
Here you will find some links to information and activities that may be of interest to you:
A printable pocket size leaflet that gives parents and carers points to consider and useful links to help you understand how to deal with online situations
Conditions & Health
BSPD Advice for parents of children with autism
Disabled Children’s Partnership
Disabled Children's Partnership - #CountDisabledChindrenIn Campaign
Advice for parents of children with autism - BSPD
Sandwell Family Life – Supporting Young People and families to get the best from life.
Route2Wellbeing- Health and wellbeing services within Sandwell.
SIBS - For brothers and sisters of disabled children and adults
Cost of living
❄🧤Keep warm and well during the cold weather❄🧤
CEREBRA - Legal, Social and Financial
Family Action-Support for families with a child with ASD or ADHD
Facebook Q&A: Getting Social Care for your Child – Cerebra
Father's and male carers group
Parental Supervision checklists for Face book , Twitter, Instagram
Resources for parents and carers to help children get off to a good start using digital devices
Safer sleep advice for emergency situations
Sandwell Children’s Trust - Disabled Children
SENDIASS: Information, Advice and Support Service
Helping your child with cyberbullying in games
Online safety for families and children with SEND
Young Minds – How to help your child create healthy boundaries around gaming
Safeguarding Awareness for Parents & Carers (Football Association)
Sandwell - Child Online Safety: AGAINST EXTREMISM
Support with Bereavement
Support for Respite & Short Breaks
Parents Cerebra are looking for families to take part in a research project
Understanding emotional well-being and distress in people with learning disabilities
What is the study about? We are currently developing a new assessment tool to measure emotional well-being and distress in people with learning disabilities and communication difficulties.
Who can take part? Parents & caregivers of individuals with a moderate to profound intellectual disability who are over 4 years old.
How long does it take? Completing the online survey takes approx. 1 hour. You’ll receive an individualised feedback report and a £5 Amazon voucher!
How can I take part? Simply email Jane Waite to take part: email@example.com