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Change4life is an interactive website for children and their families to encourage them to eat well and move more.


The ERIC website provides help and support in dealing with bowel and bladder health for children and young people.  Services include a helpline service for families and downloadable resources to name a few.  The Helpline Advisors are trained to provide information and support on daytime wetting, bedwetting, constipation and soiling.


Kidspace provides children, families, carers and professionals with advice, training and practical tools to prevent bullying and protect young lives.  Advice and support is available via telephone or email and is available for parents, carers and family members who are concerned about their child or young person being bullied in person or over social platforms and phone.


Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, Barnardo’s and Autism West Midlands work together to provide emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children and young people in Solihull.  The service currently accepts children and young people, until their 19th birthday, who are residents in the borough of Solihull, go to school or college in the Solihull borough, or have a Solihull GP.

Solihull Family Information

The Solihull Family Information website provides details on:

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Ofsted registered childcare providers and information about free places

Young Minds

Young Minds champion children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing across the UK, providing advice, information and training for young people, parents, carers and professionals.

Getting help

Find your local Walk in Centre

NHS Choices provides details of walk in centres in your area.

Staying healthy

Eat Well Move More

Eat Well Move More is a free family weight management and healthy lifestyles programme for families with children aged 4-16 years who have concerns over their child’s weight and  health.  The programme is designed to help children lose weight by working with families, supporting them to develop a healthier and more active lifestyle.

Sessions include healthy eating and nutritional advice, tips and ideas for being more active, fun games and interactive activities for the whole family.

Find your local dentist

NHS Choices provides details of dentists in your area.

Find your local Optician

NHS Choices provides details of opticians in your area.