Please find below some additional and new resources which may be of use:
Coronavirus: Information and advice for families of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) from Birmingham City Council
A range of resources and advice from Birmingham City Council can be found on the link below:
Need someone to talk to? Struggling to cope with feelings? Pause is here for you, if you are under 25 and have a Birmingham GP. We offer a non-judgemental listening ear, self-help strategies plus skills for managing difficult situations and feelings. We are open 10-6 seven days a week.
Drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 8414470 and we will arrange for one of our friendly team to call you back.
For more info check out https://www.forwardthinkingbirmingham.org.uk/“
For more information please click on the link below:
The Active Wellbeing Society #Brumtogether
The Active Wellbeing Society have produced this really helpful guide to help people stay connected, think about wellbeing and also to access support services such as providing food or other essential items. Click on the link below to find out more:
This award winning and innovative online counselling and support service is now available to all young people aged 11-25 across Birmingham.
It is a safe, confidential and anonymous way for young people to access emotional wellbeing and mental health support. Kooth is widely used across the country and is well rated by young people.
- Online mental health counselling and chat services from midday to 10pm during the week, and 6pm to 10pm at weekends
- Peer to peer support through moderated discussion forums
- Self-care resources to help build resilience
Please click on the link below to find out how to sign up and access this free service:
A guide created by Birmingham Education Partnership for students on the topic of managing anxiety. Some of the strategies and tips may be really useful at this time. The Guide is below, please click on the link: