Advice and Support 

Information and advice for parents/ carers of children with SEND

This page is being regularly updated with the latest information and advice for parents and carers of children and young people with a Special Educational Need and Disability (SEND).  Please tell us what you would like to see here via our feedback form.

Specialist SEND Support Services

In Birmingham we have a range of specialist inclusion teams who support you and your child or young person aged 0-25 with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND). Find out more here.

The Birmingham Parent Carer Forum

A the bridge between services and families and a collective voice representing all members and all disabilities.


View our range of webinars created to support parents and carers of SEND children

Education Health and Care Plans

We’re working hard to keep the Education Health and Care process moving and we are continuing to review this. Assessments for an EHC plan currently involve telephone and video calls as we are unable to do our work face-to-face.  Our decision-making groups have also moved to online meetings.

We’re here to help

There’s still lots of help available to you from our different teams.  

You can find details of how you can get in touch with our support services on our Contact Us page.  Whether you need some advice or support for your child, tips on managing educational activities or routines or just a friendly chat, our teams are here for you.  

Read our Frequently Asked Questions

Visit our Birmingham Children’s Partnership resources web pages for information on local support, early help, resilience funding and community grants.

Keep in touch

You can also follow us on Twitter: @A2Education and @BhamCityCouncil or on Facebook: @birminghamcitycouncil

You can leave feedback via the form on the home page of this website

Visit the NHS website for medical advice and the official Government pages for the latest government advice