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Dudley Council has joined forces with fostering teams across the country to launch a short film about fostering called ‘Out There’.
Parents of children with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) as well as young people who have SEND can benefit from a series of workshops and sessions over the coming months.
Dudley Council’s bereavement services team has been shortlisted for a national award for its “exemplary” work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dudley Council has invested in a tried and tested parenting programme which can be accessed by local families, for free.
Young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) can benefit from a series of online events from Dudley Council.
Dudley Council is reminding businesses that employ school-age teenagers that work permits are needed to comply with employment laws.
Two 10-year-olds from Glynne Primary in Kingswinford have been named as joint winners of a borough-wide poster competition for youngsters around Covid-19.
The appointment of a new permanent management team gives Dudley Council a stable base to build on its journey to improve children’s services, bosses said today.
Dudley Council’s fostering team continues their online search for new foster carers.
Council bosses are praising faith and community groups for the ongoing support they are giving to families and vulnerable people in the run up to and over half-term.
Young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) can benefit from a series of online events that are being organised by Dudley SENDIASS.
Residents who are struggling to afford food and essentials are reminded support is available through a COVID-19 emergency assistance grant.