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A service for parents / carers of children with a diagnosis or going through the process of getting a diagnosis of ASD or ADHD. 


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Helping Hands parent workshop information

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SPDC Family Club Activities - Oct to Dec

Albion Foundation Football Camps - October Half Term

Albion Foundation Multi-Sport Camps for children aged 8-11, with a disability and does not require 1-1 support.


Dates: Monday 24th October-Thursday 27th October

Time: 10:30am-3:00pm each day.

Venue: Portway Lifestyle Centre, Newbury Lane, Oldbury, B69 1HE.

Ages: 8-11 years old.

Cost: £8 per day.

Participants will have to provide their own refreshments on the day.

Booking link: The Albion Foundation - SEN'D Multi Sports Camp

The Thursday will be a Halloween Fancy Dress Day.

It would be great to see as many people dress up as possible, but don’t worry if you don’t want to.

Please note: We are unable to offer 1-1 support on these days.

SPDC October Newsletter

Bookings MUST be sent to to avoid disappointment.

Speech and Language Therapy Coffee Mornings

SPDC October Newsletter

SPDC Family Club September Newsletter

SPDC September Parent Newsletter

The SHAPE Summer Fest takes place on Saturday 16th July at Sandwell Valley from 11am – 6pm.

The festival was first held in 2015 and since then has grown to become one of the biggest and only youth festivals in Sandwell. Some of the highlights of this year’s festival include:

  • Blind Dave Heeley’s colour run organised by The Albion Foundation
  • A football tournament for KS1 age groups organised by The Albion Foundation
  • A Careers Expo for 16 -25 year olds organised by Connexions
  • Young Traders Markets for 16-30 year olds across the Midlands to showcase their entrepreneurial skills by having a stall at the festival and it will form part of a National Young Traders Market Campaign
  • Holiday Activity and Food Programme organised by Play Services who are showcasing what the HAF funding received by the government is and the activities they have to offer
  • A story tent including spoken word and poetry organised by Sandwell Cultural Educational Partnership
  • Music and entertainment on a live main stage and mini stage including acts from SHAPE’s SHAPE Your Talent competition organised by Youth Services

There is so much more to mention with 10 activity zones on offer but further information can be found on:


SPDC Summer 2022 Newsletter

Albion Foundation Multi-Sport Summer Camps for SEND Children

SPDC July newsletter

SPDC Family Club (June/July)

SPDC Parent Newsletter - June 22

Albion Foundation Multi Sports Camp for SEND children 8 years and under, during Whitsun week (no 1 to 1 support provided).

SPDC May Half Term Newsletter

SPDC parent newsletter May 22

SPDC Family Club Newsletter for May: Booking is essential by emailing

SPDC Easter Newsletter

Support Group for Sandwell Parents and Carers of Autistic Children

4th April at 10.00am - 11.30am

Click on the link for more information: 



Albion Foundation Easter Camps

Easter Camp Information:

Age: 8+

Dates: Monday 11th April – Thursday 14th April & Wednesday 20th April – Friday 22nd April.

Time: 10:30am-3:00pm each day.

Venue: Portway Lifestyle Centre, Newbury Lane, Oldbury, B69 1HE.

The Foundation are unable to offer 1:1 support or personal care.

Booking Links:

Week 1: The Albion Foundation - Portway - SEN'D Easter Multi Sports Camp (8-12 years old)

Week 2: The Albion Foundation - Portway - SEN'D Easter Multi Sports Camp (8-12 years old)

All participants must bring suitable clothing and footwear for indoor and outdoor activities along with a packed lunch and plenty to drink for each day.

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The Challenging Behaviour Foundation

SPDC December Activities & Newsletter

SPDC November / December Family Club Activities

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation (CBF) is working with the Black Country NHS Healthcare Trust on a project called “Getting it Right”. This is a 3 year project (2019-2022) funded by the National Lottery Community fund building on previous CBF work in Cumbria. This project aims to listen to family carers and learn about services you value and those that could be improved across the UK. One of the areas that this project is focusing on is the Black Country. The aim is that by the end of the project there are:  

a.     More families of children with severe learning disabilities whose behaviours challenge feeling empowered and supported to improve the quality of life of their relative and reduce levels of challenging behaviour and  

b.      More people in official and influential positions introducing evidence-based approaches in their areas and knowing where they can find support 


In order to fulfil these project aims, a survey has been created to give families of children and young people with SEND in the Black Country the opportunity to provide information and express their views. 


The survey needs to be completed by 29th November 2021. It should take no longer than 30 minutes to complete, and all responses will remain confidential.  

By completing the survey, there is also the opportunity to enter our prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher (full details are listed at the end of the survey)! 


Here is the link to the survey if your school would like to be involved:


If you have any questions about the survey or you would prefer to complete the survey via a telephone or video call, please do not hesitate to contact the Challenging Behaviour Foundation by email on or 01634 838739. 

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