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The list of individuals and organisations below is to provide residents with information of services available within the Borough. Solihull MBC has NOT undertaken any enquiries in respect of the individuals/organisations with regard to their suitability to work safely with children and young people.

Solihull MBC advises that residents wishing to access one of the services recorded on this database undertake their own enquiries as to the suitability of any of the individuals/organisations to work safely with children and young people.

Solihull MBC does not accept liability for the suitability of the individuals/ organisations to work safely with children and young people. The responsibility for this task rests with the parents/carers of children and young people who may participate in the activities detailed on this database.

Advice for parents and carers on choosing activities for their children can be found by clicking on Stay Safe.

ViewNameAddress 1Post CodeService Summary
1 Coppice CloseCoppice CloseB90 4HXResidential Home
10 Maple Leaf DriveMarston GreenB37 7JBResidential Home
137 Bills LaneShirleyB90 2PQResidential Home
184th 1st Kinghurst ScoutsBassetts GroveB37 6DR

Scouting Uniformed Organisation

1a West AvenueWest AvenueB36 0EBResidential Home
1st Chelmsley Wood Scout Group60 Daren CloseB36 0TEUniformed Organisation
222 Bills LaneShirleyB90 2PPResidential Home
268 Creynolds Road268 Creynolds LaneB90 4ETResidential Home
429 Warwick RoadSolihuillB91 1BDResidential Home
492 (Solihull) Squadron Air Training Corps1 Cadet DriveB90 2FDAir Training Corps
4th Knowle Sea Scout GroupVariousB93 0PTScouting
54 Brookvale RoadBrookvale RoadB37 7HZResidential Home
54 Strawberry FieldsMeridenCV7 7SAResidential Home
6th Solihull (St Alphege) Scout GroupOliver Bird HallB91 3RQYoung People
8-9 Downing CloseKnowleB93 0QAResidential Home
9 Hurst Green RoadKnowleB92 8AEResidential Home

We provide a comprehensive care package tailored to meet your requirements, preferences and needs. We:

  • Offer advice around all aspects of your care services, benefits etc
  • Provide a flexible service tailored to your needs
  • Ensure compassionate care professionals visit you
  • Competitive rates that can meet your individual needs
Abbeyfield Society1 Abbeyfield HouseB91 1AEIndependent Living with meals provided
Acacia Family Support5AB72 1SD 
Accord23 Tyne CloseB37 6QZHomecare
Acocks Green Lions Club24B91 3JB

We work in the community with all age groups.  We raise money in Acocks Green with collections and spend that money mainly in the local area. Some money is spent overseas on projects often to provide clean drinking water.

We have around 20 members are always seeking new members who want to help the community.

Act on dementia community interest company B92 9HXinformation, advice, emotional support, informal training, coping techniques, one stop shop for family carers of people with dementia. We offer peer to peer support as all volunteers are family carers including our trainer, we have pop up cafés in the north and south of Solihull, just drop in, they are open for 4 hours at a time and you can stay as long as you like, in a supportive environment. We are also at the advice hubs Chelmsley Wood on Mondays 10-12pm. more information please call, text or email we look forward to meeting you.
Action on Smoking and Health6th Floor, New HouseEC1N 8JYWe provide information on all aspects of smoking and health but we do not provide stop smoking counselling.
Advice Surgery Mrs Caroline Spelman MP for Meriden631 Warwick Road,SolihullB91 2BHMembers of Parliament
Advocacy Matters198 Advocacy MattersB73 5UEProviding Independent Advocacy in Birmingham and Walsall areas for vulnerable young people and adults from the age of 13 years.
Afro-British Support Services "Impact"7-14 Friends instituteB12 0DGAdvice agencies, In the Community
Age UK SolihullThe CoreB91 3RGAge UK Solihull has a well established range of services that have been developed over 30 years of experience in meeting the needs of older people in Solihull. These services are constantly under review to ensure that they are fully effective and efficient in their delivery, and consistent with the requirements of our funders, and most of all, meet the needs of local people and their families and carers.
Al-Anon - UKAl-Anon Family Groups Uk & EireSE1 0BBAlcohol use and Abuse
AlbertemusyPodolsk Albertemusy Albertemusy114445 
Alexandra HouseHillborough RoadB27 6PFResidential Home
Allied Healthcare84a Whitehouse Common RoadB75 6HDHomecare
Altair Trampoline Club37 Usk WayB36 0TNSports and Leisure
Altruist UKAltruist EnterprisesB91 3DLManagement Training
Alzheimer's Society7 Waterside HouseB92 7RNWe're here to connect you to the support you need. Dementia Connect cuts through the confusion about where to go for help, and takes away the stress of trying to find out what services and support are available in your local area, and whether they're right for you.
Alzheimer's SocietyOlton WharfB92 7RNDementia Volunteering
Angels5 Elmdon LaneB37 7DLHomecare
Appointree LtdHilton LaneWV11 2BQAppointee and Deputy Services
Arbor Way78a Arbor WayB37 7LDResidential Home
Arden Rambling ClubShirleyB90 2AXOur walking group was founded in 1979 and soon increased to 20 or so members. Membership is now around 50. Many miles of footpaths have been explored, and countless men and women have discovered what a relaxing and sociable activity rambling can be. Most ages are represented in our friendly Club and all walks of life. Youngsters should come with an adult,of course. Walks are fortnightly on Sundays, usually 7-8 miles long.  Lifts are available to the start of the walks.
Ardenlea Court Nursing Home39-41 Lode LaneB91 2AFNursing Home
Ardenlea Grove19 Lode LaneB91 2ABResidential Home
Ardent Adventure Trust12 Beconsfield CloseB93 8QZHobbies and Pastimes
Aroma Care PeopleKoco Community Resource CentryCV1 3JQDomiciliary Care Service and Live in care Service
Art Class by Vicky B91 3DA

The friendly and sociable Art Class is on Wednesday evenings in Central Solihull in the beautiful Function Room at: The Beech House, 727 Warwick Road, Solihull. It’s easily reached by train with a short walk from the town centre station or by bus where there are several bus stops near the venue, or by car and there are numerous public car parks.

The art class is for beginners and intermediates of 19+ ages for 2 hours each week.  They are booked in advance by visiting and using the Contact page to reserve your place.  They are paid for in advance to secure your enrolment for the number of weeks (the terms are usually 10 weeks, except the short summer or winter term of 5 weeks before the holidays). For more information please visit:, and use the Contact page to request an Enrolment Form (alternatively the enrolment form may be downloaded from the website).

I build up a picture of the students own level as I get to know them and I will provide help and guidance, introduce new or expand on existing knowledge and experience. Students will practice drawing for half an hour with different materials to improve their way of seeing which will increase their drawing skills each week. Students will then spend the remainder of the two hours painting. It’s a great way to spend an evening, learn new skills or expand on your existing skills and techniques, be with like minded people, make new friends and socialise in relaxed, beautiful surroundings. 

Ashram Housing AssociationBosworth Community CentreB37, and use the Contact page to request an Enrolment Form (alternatively the enrolment form may be downloaded from the website).

I build up a picture of the students own level as I get to know them and I will provide help and guidance, introduce new or expand on existing knowledge and experience. Students will practice drawing for half an hour with different materials to improve their way of seeing which will increase their drawing skills each week. Students will then spend the remainder of the two hours painting. It’s a great way to spend an evening, learn new skills or expand on your existing skills and techniques, be with like minded people, make new friends and socialise in relaxed, beautiful surroundings. 

Autism West MidlandsAutism West Midlands, Regent CourtB15 1NUAutism West Midlands provides services which include Residential Accommodation, supported Living and Outreach. We have 6 Residential services across the west midlands with a 14 bed home in Marston Green. We also have 8 flats in Sandwell which are provided for supported living support, Finally our outreach services provide support for people in their own home, the family home or the access the community and facilities open to them.
Balsall Writers Group 1 and Group 2Balsall Common Village HallCV7 7GDWriting
Belmont Healthcare-Belmont at HomeFirst Floor, Highlands HouseB90 4NDBelmont @ Home provides innovative, bespoke home care services enabling you to live safely and comfortably in the place you know best-your home. We promote independent living that suits you, and your bespoke care plan will reflect your exact needs to ensure your support is focused entirely around you. From daily visits or Weekly visits, we have you covered from as little as 30 minutes, 45 minutes, hourly and 24-hour wrap-around care. From support with your medication, personal care, meal preparation/cooking through to companionship calls and hospital appointments. Our visiting care includes respite care, overnight care, nursing care, elderly care, Dementia care and end of life care. We're fully regulated by the CQC and very proud with a recent rating 'GOOD'. We have endless, positive reviews on scoring 10. Call our team of experts to talk through your options and any questions you may have 0121 295 8905. Free Home Care Assessment-Meet with our Home Care Manager who will visit you to discuss your care requirements and preferences. Find your Carer-We'll help to match you with a carer who meets your needs and has the right skills and experience.
Berkswell Parish CouncilPO Box 6379CV6 9LPTown or Parish Council
Berrow Cottage HomesMary Galloway HouseB93 0JASenior Citizens
BID ServicesBID ServicesB16 8SZ

 BID Services is a charity working in Solihull, providing a range of specialist sensory support services to deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and deaf blind adults.

We’re here to make a positive difference to the people we support by providing innovative services that empower people to control their own lives.

We offer the full spectrum of services including:

  • Social work - person centred assessments, support planning and reviews and sign posting to other services
  • Enablement Service - supporting people to build confidence and develop their skills i.e. travel training, accessing courses, staying safe in the home, accessing the relevant services for benefits advice/budgeting/debt, staying healthy, reducing isolation
  • Equipment - carry out equipment assessments and provide support to learn how to use the equipment
  • Employment Service - including information, advice and coaching, confidence building and completing application forms
  • Care Plus - specialist care and support service to help people maintain their independence and improve their lives.

We are commissioned by Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council . You can visit us at the BID Services Solihull website or download our information leaflet.

You can also visit our BID Services main website.

Birchmere Care HomeBirchmere Care HomeB93 9LQ

Residential Care and Nursing Home 

Residential Dementia Care and Nursing Home

Birmingham & District Theatre Guild11 Howard RoadB25 8ALArts & Culture
Birmingham & Solihull Social Economy ConsortiumThe Big PegB18 6NFWork and Learning, In the Community
Birmingham Anglo-French SocietyThe Meeting RoomsB12 0XBFrench language, Talks, Presentations.
Birmingham Icknield Male Voice ChoirGrimshaw RoomB4 6EU

BIMVC is the oldest Male Voice Choir in the Midlands. Formed before the turn of the 19th century. We're always looking for concert venues to help your organisation raise funds or to publicize any activity. If any gentleman is looking for a choir to join, please contact us via our website

We look forward to hearing from you. 

Birmingham Mind501B23 7JGHealth and Wellbeing
Birmingham PHAB Camps155 Braceby AvenueB13 0USDisabled and non-disabled children and young adults
Birmingham Unsigned42 Tame AvenueB36 0RWHobbies and Pastimes
Bluebird Care SolihullP M J HouseB90 4NDWe are a homecare provider, we aim to provide the highest quality, customised personal/homecare and customer service to the vulnerable people of Solihull whilst at all times respecting their privacy and dignity. We will achieve this by awareness of the personal, social and psychological needs of our customers and thereby helping to improve their quality of life and well-being.
Bosworth Community CentreBosworth Community CentreB37 5DPBosworth Community Centre is on Bosworth Drive in Fordbridge. We have rooms that can be used free for community groups. We have a friendly team of staff, and we work with many other organisations. Please contact us to find out more about what happens at Bosworth, or how you can use the community centre.
Box Aid LtdBlythewood HouseB46 1AF

B4S offers a completely free website and mobile phone app for the British military personnel to communicate their wants and needs with their friends and family. As a Solihull/ Birmingham based charity we would like to develop our base across the local region before going nationwide.Please goto the website for more information, thank you.

We also have a special discounts B4S Directory  just for uk military personnel, with businesses offering special offers just for our armed forces.

Once you have collected all of your items then you will need a shoe box or other cardboard boxes which can be collected from a local supermarket or from a box supplier. 


Boys Brigade and Girls AssociationCentenery HouseB19 3NYYoung People
Breast Cancer Haven1B92 7AUProvision of holistic therapies for those living with and beyond breast cancer
Breast Cancer Haven, West Midlands1B92 7AUBreast Cancer Haven is the charity that supports women through their breast cancer treatment. When breast cancer tries to rob a woman of her individuality, her confidence or her strength, we provide a tailored package of emotional, physical and practical support that helps her hold on to them. Our support is free of charge to anyone effected by breast cancer. We would like to be listed under health and wellbeing and volunteering and getting involved.
Breast FriendsWest Midlands Bridge ClubB91 3EPHealth support groups
Breastfeeding Cafes1 Coppice WayB37 5TXSolihull Infant Feeding Team provide advice, support and information about feeding, antenatally and postnatally. Please drop into one of our Breastfeeding Cafes, visit our website or telephone Elaine on 07807249055 or Amy on 07966984307 for further details”
Bright Dawn Home CareBox Trees Barn, Box Trees FarmB94 6EABright Dawn Home Care offers home care services for adults and the elderly in Solihull and the surrounding areas. Assisting individuals with Dementia, Parkinsons, MS, Diabetes and Stroke. Offering a personalised service tailored to the individuals needs helping with personal care, home help and companionship. Our Care Givers are closely matched to our clients ensuring that they have the same friendly face at each visit.
British Trust for Ornithology (BTO)BTO NunnIP24 2PU 
Bromford Housing groupFlat 60 Geraldine CourtB37 5LNHousing Support
Bromford Support - Supported Living SchemeFlat 47B36 0RQHousing Support
Brookvale EPH111 Warwick RoadB92 7HPResidential Home
Building Bridges TrainingRowandale HouseB62 8JTTraining & Development
Capitol Mobility Services LimitedUnit 3, Vulcan Industrial EstateB91 2JY

Capitol Mobility has been providing Stairlifts, Scooters, Wheelchairs, Rise & Recline Armchairs, Beds, Bathing aids, Rehabilitation and almost all other devices and products for the elderly, infirm and disabled throughout the Midlands for over 23 years with a full service back up by our own engineers. We’re happy to deliver or install within approximately 60 miles or 1½ hours travelling of our service centres. The company also supplies and services Mobility Scooters, Stairlifts, Electric and Manual Wheelchairs to Shopmobility Schemes in the West Midlands, Worcestershire and Staffordshire. Other customers include: Age UK, many Disabled Living Centres, The NHS, The Employment Service for Disabled People, Birmingham International Airport and many local residential, nursing and care homes as well as those run by councils.

2nd user models of mainly Scooters, Stairlifts and Wheelchairs are also available (bought in or part exchanged and then reconditioned) with full guarantees. We will service and repair almost all types and makes of Mobility equipment either at our workshop in Solihull or at the customer’s home. All carried out by our own trained engineers. There is a 24 hour, 365 day callout service for Stairlifts.

Capitol Mobility supplies top quality, reliable Mobility products at the most economical prices and provides an excellent backup service.

Care First Management Services Ltd B42 1DYWe are a Independent Specialist Provider of training and education for young adults 16 - 25 and 25 + who may have Learning difficulties / disabilities, Mental health, Brain injury, Autistic spectrum.We also provide a transition pathway from school into our young adults provision that introduces new skills and enhances skills they have already required from school. Areas of learning we cover can be; Horticulture / Gardening, Woodcraft & Design, Craft & Design, Personal social development, Life & Social Skills, Community inclusion, to name a few.Care First Management Services Ltd is part of the Care First Group which was established 21 years ago to develop the lives of people who learn differently through practical fun, person centred learning opportunities that creates greater satisfaction for the individual and supports families and carers through person centred approaches that enhances an holistic approach.Care First Management Services Ltd works in partnership with Birmingham Metropolitan College, Birmingham City Council, Staffordshire Council, Birmingham & Solihull NHS, Coventry & Warwickshire NHS, Sandwell Council.We have sites in, Great Barr, Pheasey (Great Barr), Collingwood (Great Barr), Amington Tamworth, (Eden Lodge Amington), Kings Heath, Hopwood (South Birmingham and Warwickshire), Chelmsley Wood.Care First Management Services also provides an Independent Specialist Provision for adults with Severe Challenging Behaviour in the area of Tamworth & Great Barr.For further information please see our website T: 0121 308 9202 Categories: Learning difficulties / disabilities, Mental health, Brain injury, Autistic spectrum, Challenging Behaviour, Physical disabilities, Education, Day provision / centre
Care Help Line72 Binley CloseB90 2RBHomecare
Care Services15 Ravenscroft RoadB92 8AHHomecare
Care WorkshopThe Big Peg 214FB18 6NFHome Support
Care4Now117 117 Stanway RoadB90 3JQWe provide a range of services for Elderly Care, Companionship and support, all aspects of personal care we support Alzheimers and Dementia, Adults with learning Diabilities and Hopsital to home care services.All employees undergone DBS checks and training is a continally given to develop practice.
Careline3657SG5 1EHAt Careline, our mission is to help as many people as possible to live a safe and enjoyable life. We support thousands of elderly, disabled and vulnerable people in the comfort of their own homes with our Careline Alarm. The Alarm comes in two parts, the alarm unit and the red button pendant which can be worn either around the neck or the wrist. We also offer a Fall Detector pendant. Our Fall Detector is ideal for those who want all the benefits of a Careline alarm with an additional feature which automatically detects a fall and generates a call to our Care Team without pressing the button.Alongside the alarm, we provide a range of Key Safes to allow the emergency services safe access into the property. Key Safes are a small secure box that fits to an external wall of your property, which can be accessed by entering a unique code. We offer 3 Key Safe options which can be ordered with your chosen alarm service plan.For more information, or to order an alarm, call us free on 0800 101 3333 or visit Use code 365list to save 5% on your order at checkout.
Carers Trust SolihullSolihull Fire Station AnnexeB91 1QYCarers Trust Solihull is the lead organisation for carers in Solihull with an extensive range of services to help support carers of all ages and backgrounds, through expert information and advice. We offer support in various settings across Solihull, helping carers to recognise the importance of maintaining their own health and wellbeing and providing support to achieve this. We also enable carers to have a say in how they receive services and have their voices heard locally and nationally. we offer: Carers Assessment and Support plans Information and Advice NEET Project Transition Training Carers Voice Events and Activities Signposting and referrals Carers Card Categories ; Third sector, Charity, Social Care
Carers Trust Solihull620 Fire StationB74 4PPHealth Social care, families, wellbeing, community, volunteering vacancies
Carewatch46 Holbrook LaneCV6 4ABHome care services
Cars Area Big LocalAuckland HouseB36 9JRThe Big Local is a resident led group. If a resident of the Cars Area would like to join the group we would welcome them. We are also looking for people who have any ideas on developing the Cars Area, have skills they'd like to share or get involved with the Big Local, Cars Area in any way.
Castle Bromwich Cricket, Sports And Social ClubRear of Arden HallB36 9BPSports & Leisure
Castle Bromwich SingersCastle Bromwich Baptist ChurchB34 7HU 
Cayon Care Service260 Quayside TowerB1 2HFHome Care Services, Assistance with medication, personal care, companionship, cooking, cleaning, night care, respite care, convalescent care after a hospital stay, 1 hour calls upto 24 hour care, Live in care
CeeWe Care Ltd1B24 0UFDomiciliary Care and Supported Living
Censerv20 The Colmore BuildingB4 6ATHome Support Service
Central Care Planning1 Dairy BarnsB94 5NL

The Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) provide an accredited advice service relating to identifying types of solutions available for elder long term care needs.

Furthermore, how to then fund these care costs, be it Government Benefits / Charities or Grants / Personal capital or income.

Initial appointment at Centrals cost where any immediate areas of concern can be advised.

Subsequent advice may be chargeable if required.

Central Library Readers CircleSolihull Central LibraryB91 3RGReading Groups
Cera Care39 Elizabeth HouseSE1 7NQHome CarePersonal HygieneRespite CareDementia CareHome HelpCompanionshipBefriendingPersonal CareDischarge CareHome from Hospital CareEnd of Life CarePalliative Care
Cerebral palsy midlands17B17 0AQIn the community, Things to Do
Changes UK CICRecovery CentralB9 4DYHousing Support
Changing Faces Dentistry & Facial Rejuvenation51 Station RdB93 0HNDentistry, Dental implants, Invisalign, Teeth whitening, Smile Makeover, Crowns & Bridge.
CherishedOur Place Community HubB72 1RNDifficult times
Cheswick Green Parish CouncilCheswick Green Village HallB90 4JATown Or Parish Council
Childrens Clothing. SolihullPMJ HouseB904NDWe donate children's clothing to families living in Solihull going through a difficult time/crisis/trauma. A professional referral is required, although in some cases a self referral will be accepted.
Citizens Advice Solihull176 Bosworth DriveB37 5DZ

We provide free, confidential and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people’s lives. Our goal is to help everyone find a way forward, whatever problem they face. We’re an independent local charity and part of the Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.

Clements Healthcare13B70 9QPProviding care services for the elderly within their own homes assistance with meds, meal preparation
Cloud 9 | Older Adult Home Share & Support WR6 5BAWhat is OAHS?Older Adult Home Share & Support (OAHS) is a simple way of helping people to help each other. It involves two or more older adults who like doing the same things, sharing a home together with weekly support from OAHS in whatever they need. It’s about maintaining your independence whilst finding 24 hour companionship and saving money.The scheme is for you if:you’d like the weekly support of one person you know well to arrange fun things to do in line with your interests and any other help you’d love the companionship of living with an older person like yourself that you could do things with, both inside and outside the’d prefer a home of your own with shared living costs so that there’s money available to improve your quality of life.OAHS Provide:Home Share Set-Up – all information and support from your initial enquiry to establishing a home and living arrangements. Every Home Share will be unique and designed personally around you.On-going Weekly Support with your own OAHS Home Supporter who’llAlways be at the end of the phoneVisit weekly visit to chat through anything you want to talk aboutArrange any fun outings and activities you’d like to do from days out and theatre trips to hobbies and clubsOrganise any in-home care or maintenance services that are neededRanging from £29 to £58 per week depending on the numbers sharing.Financial SavingsThe scheme enables older adults to save money on living costs and home help by sharing together and enjoying a better quality of life.The UK cost for shared living is significantly less than either independent living or moving to sheltered or residential care with an average saving of £35 to £221 per week*.*Based on UK average living costs and an example 12 hrs home help & personal care per week for comparison. UK Average Sources are: analysis of ONS Family Spending.
Cloud Nine | Older Adult Home Share & SupportThe WheelwrightWR6 5BA| Cloud Nine | Older Adult Home Share & Support Is a simple way of helping people to help each other. It’s where two older adults who like doing the same things, share a home together with weekly support from OAHS in whatever they need – keeping independence with 24 hour companionship and saving money.| The scheme is for you if: - You’d love the companionship of living with an older person like yourself that you could choose to do things with, both inside and outside the home.- You want to keep a home of your own and share the living costs so that there’s money available to improve your quality of life.- You’d like the weekly support of one person you know well from OAHS to arrange things you'd like to do in line with your interests and any other help you need. | OAHS Provide:Home Share Set-Up – all information and support from your initial enquiry to establishing a home and living arrangements. Every Home Share will be unique and designed personally around you.On-going Weekly Support with your own OAHS Home Supporter who’ll- Always be at the end of the phone- Visit weekly visit to chat through anything you want to talk about- Arrange any fun outings and activities you’d like to do from days out and theatre trips to hobbies and clubs- Organise any in-home care or maintenance services that are needed- The scheme has considered all the questions and situations in advance for you, so that your home share can be set up in the way that you want with everything in place for a safe, happy and independent life.| Financial Savings & CostsWeekly SupportWeekly support can range from £8 to £35 per week depending on the numbers sharing.Home support can be given independently without the home share.SavingsSharing a home means sharing the living costs, from heating and transport to home help care. It can also free up funds for activities you enjoy and a better quality of life.Shared living with weekly support compared to living on your own or in sheltered or residential care gives an average saving of £58 to £244 per week. Categories to be listed under:- Help at Home- Housing
CloudberryNot ProvidedN/A 
CloudsEnd CIC75 Elms CloseB91 2NHCloud End CIC are the first social enterprise to work with people with hoarding issues by providing:

  • hoarding awareness training
  • one to one support
  • support groups
A monthly support group for hoarding meets monthly at Solihull Fire Station.
Colebridge Trust100 JunctionB37 5HAColebridge's employment and skills team have been providing free services to locally unemployed residence for over 12 years. We support over 16's of all abilities and can provide holistic support to ensure that you are reaching job readiness or assistance with securing a job if you are already job ready. We run regular job clubs, source volunteering opportunities, work with employers, provide CV / Application / Interview training and also health and wellbeing support. Our approach is one of partnerships, so we can also help you to identify specific support for addicition, domestic abuse, personal finances, mental health and other needs. We also run a social enterprise that provides practical work experience in the areas of assembly and packing.
Colebrook Respite Unit291 Bosworth DriveB37 5DPRespite Care Unit
ColourWheel Art Class B93 9LWArt class/ hobbies/ activities
Colourwheel Art Class B93 9LWArt classes for adults, hobbies, activities
ColourWheel SolihullSilhillians Sports ClubB93 9LWArt classes for adults
Combat StressTyrwhitt HouseKT22 0BXThe UK's leading mental health charity for veterans.
Comfort Homes and CareOffice 9B28 0ELSupported living with service users with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, dementia and mental health.
Connexion (for women in business)54 Hoveton CloseB98 7HW 
CraigbipJalapa Craigbip Craigbip141115 
CT FurnitureCT FurnitureB9 4BNCT Furniture is a charity that collects and sells donated furniture to support local communities. We have 5 stores across the West Midlands and would like to build partnerships with organisations whose service users are looking to recycle or buy affordable furniture. Collection of donated furniture is free and our stores and information can be found at The majority of our staff are volunteers and help to run our charity, and as such we have a number of opportunities for individuals who would like to improve their work based skills.CT Furniture is a part of the charity Community Transport who have been providing essential services and support to local communities for 50 successful years. Visit www.communitytransport to find out about our Passenger and Driver Training Services.
Custom Care1st Floor, Hollingworth houseB17 9AAHomecare
Cystic Fibrosis TrustONE AldgateEC3N 1REWe are the only UK-wide charity making a daily difference to the lives of people with cystic fibrosis, and those who care for them.
Dal Dy DirForest CottagesSY16 4DW

Dal Dy Dir is a charitable organisation working with individuals and their families with a range of disabilities including Autism Spectrum, Down’s Syndrome, Dementia, Mental Health and others. Using our rurally based four acre site in Newtown, Mid Wales, Dal Dy Dir is able to offer emergency respite placements, respite breaks and day services.

We have a philosophy of working with both individuals and their families using an inclusive family approach to ensure the most positive outcome possible for the long term. All experienced professionals, our team are carefully selected for their dedication to both the charity and its clients.Through daily activities, an individual development plan and ongoing support and encouragement, our supported breaks make a massive difference to challenges that the families are facing.

Our premises at The Forest Country Cottages is a beautiful four acre holiday complex, nestled in a magnificent welsh valley, offers four cosy and comfortable cottages with all the amenities of home. Their tennis court, games room, play area, paddocks and extensive mature gardens provides Dal Dy Dir with the scope it needs.

We use a range of animals as therapeutic learning tools including goats, sheep and chickens and we provide sensory learning lessons through our Forest School sessions and music workshops to give the whole family a chance to learn new skills in a supported warm and safe environment.We hope that the above information is of interest to you and would like to refer you to our websites and

Danzey Green Road41-45 Danzey Green RoadB36 9EEResidential Home
David Bromley House234 Woodside CrescentB93 0QAHealth (mental)
David Russell Associates185 Kineton Green RoadB92 7EQFundraising & Project Development services
Development in Social Enterprise CICSolihull Enterprise CentreB37 7TP

Social Enterprise Development, bespoke SFEDI qualified business support for Voluntary and Community Sector organisations.

  • Community and social enterprise start up support
  • Change management support
  • Business, advice and guidance
  • Marketing strategy and guidance
Dickens Heath Iyengar Yoga10 Griffin LaneB90 1TSYoga
Dickens Heath Parish CouncilThe Parish roomsB90 1UETown or Parish Council
Digitex Global Ltd EC1A 2BNDoctor Alert specializes in Emergency Response Services. Doctor Alert is a nationwide company, with its corporate headquarters located at 1 Scallows Close, Crawley, England, RH10 1QP, United Kingdom. Doctor Alert’s core business is providing personal emergency monitoring and home alarm services nationwide to older adults with medical ailments or conditions, who wish to live at home.
DIRECTFROMCHEF10 Berry Maud LaneB90 1BZRevolutionary online takeaway that allows you to ORDER HOMEMADE FOOD FROM A CHEF NEAR YOU. We serve Home cooked meal using local ingredients. All our chefs are licensed and taste tested.
Divine Intervention Home Care LimitedKings CourtB28 8JG

We provide high-quality and person-centred care and support services to individuals in the comfort of their own homes whilst preserving their dignity, respect, choice, rights and independence.

We provide care and support services for adults from 18 years and above with physical and mental disabilities including dementia as well as those who have long-term health conditions. We also provide support for individuals who have just been discharged from the hospital as well as respite care for family carers who need a short break.

Dorridge Probus ClubThe Forest HotelB93 8JAbusiness associations
Dove Home Care Agency Ltd48B92 0AYDove Home Care Agency Ltd - We provide live in care and carer support from a half-hour call to full wrap-around 24-hour care, We tailor live in care or homecare service package to suit your individual needs. Services Offered: 24 Hour Care • Adult Care (18+) • Live in Carer • Personal Care (on a contracted hours basis) • Personal Care Assessments, Risk Assessments in the Home, Disabled Care for young and adults.Care Offered: Call in Service • Cancer Care • Cleaning Service • Companionship • Dementia • Domestic Services / Home Help • Elderly Care • Food Preparation & Serving • High Dependency Care, two carers attending • Hospital Discharge • Laundry Service • Medication Assistance • Palliative Care • Personal Hygiene Care • Physical Disability • Respite cover • Sensory Impairment • Shopping Service / Errands • Sit in Service • Transportation Service
Dubarrie School of DanceSolihull Municipal ClubB91 3LEDance
Dyslexia Information CentreHampton GrangeB91 2QJDyslexia
Earlswood MuseumShutt LaneB94 6DBMuseums and galleries
East West T'ai Chi and QigongEversfield Preparatory SchoolB91 1ATHealth/Exercise At Eversfield Preparatory School, Solihull: Gentle Qigong Exercise for health, relaxation and stress relief, Mondays 8-9pm T'ai Chi (Chen Style) for strength and stamina, Mondays 7-8pm
Elite AssistanceWest Park HouseCV4 9APHomecare
Elizabeth House77 Elizabeth GroveB90 3BXCare, Comfort and Contentment

Elizabeth House is a registered charity and a not-for-profit organisation administered by a management committee.
Founded in 1955, we are an independent residential care home for those aged 65 and over who are in need of support or who may have dementia or Alzheimers. We have a reputation for providing exceptional personalised care.
The comfort, well-being, happiness and contentment of everyone in our care, are our chief concerns.
Our philosophy at Elizabeth House is to focus on each resident as an individual. We are a small home, 20 residents, and we make every effort we can to ensure that the needs of each person are met. We encourage residents to be as independent as possible, offering support as it is needed so that they feel safe and secure. Everyone is treated with equal care, respecting personal needs and wishes.
All of our professional and experienced staff are trained to nationally recognised standards and have an extensive amount of experience and skills, many of them have worked with us for a long time. We pride ourselves on the quality of our staff development and training.
Elmdon House1075 Warwick RoadB27 6LPResidential Home
Elmdon Netball Club76 Victor RoadB92 9DPNetball for young people
Employers for Carers20 Great Dover StreetSE1 4LX

Employers for Carers (often just known as EfC) is a growing membership forum and service for employers who are seeking to support the carers in their workforce and retain key talent. EfC is managed and supported by the specialist knowledge of Carers UK and is steered by a Leadership Group of employers. Formally launched as a membership forum in January 2009 (after many years of earlier work with employers), EfC now has around 120 organisations in membership covering at least 1.25 million employees and is continuing to grow. It offers information, advice and training for employers of carers through the Employers for Carers website. It works to ensure firms stay competitive and retain skilled staff but are able to recognise the needs of carers working for them.


Membership benefits include:

• Dedicated website including resources for all managers and employees of a company

• Practical guides and advice for managers and carers including case studies, model policies, FAQs and tools and tips

• Annual expert information or diagnostic sessions in a company’s workplace (as required) including the popular ‘lunch and learn’ events

• Opportunity to share and learn from other employers including at regular member networking events

More information on the business benefits of joining Employers for Carers can be found on their website. If you are interested in becoming a member, please follow this link:

Entraide (Mutual Aid)Chelmsley Wood Baptist Church CentreB37 7TPAdvocacy & Advice
Envolve WellnessShelly Farm Community CentreB90 4EHPhysical maintenance and enhancement programs for those living with long term health conditions and disabilities.
Evergreen Care Home526B33 8HTWe provide quality residential and day care services for both ladies and gentlemen, in a comfortable homely environment, either on a long or short term basis. We have various types of accommodation to suit couples.Our highly trained professional staff are dedicated carers, who take the time to listen and get to know all our guests, enabling the provision of individual care and the promotion of personal choice and independence, resulting in a high quality of life and a worry free lifestyle for our guests and their families and friends.For added piece of mind, there is a sprinkler system fitted throughout the home.
Family Care Trust6 Land LaneB37 7DECaring Services & Support
Family Equip2 Rollswood DriveB91 1NLHealth (Mental)
FCT11 Land LaneB37 7DEHomecare
Fellowship Singers of ShirleyChurch HouseB90 2AXChoirs
FIRCONE over 50's Ladies ChoirFIRCONE CentreB2 5ENSocial and support groups
Fitweigh Classes B92 9LNThings to do .. Sport &recreation Fitweigh Classes Optional Weigh in & work out all in one class. Fun exercise & optional weight management in a friendly community classEach class consists of an optional weigh-in, and short motivational talk followed by a fun exercise to music workout of varied low impact aerobics and Fitness Pilates stretch and toning. Suitable for all fitness abilities and ages.It is your class and you can choose the combination that works for you, weigh in and work out or work out only.Langley Primary School, Olton, B92 7DJ on a Monday evening 6.15pm -7.30pmLandrover Sports & social club Billsmore Green (off Rowood Drive) B92 9LN on a Tuesday evening 5-6.30pm and 6.30-8pmHall Green United Community Church Reddings Lane B28 8TE Wednesday morning 9.30am – 11amIf you would like more information please call Sandra on 07773095705 Email
Five Star Interpreting & TranslationsSouthside Business CentreB12 8LFInterpreters, Translators, Voice overs, Audio and Video transcriptions, Language service provider
Fordbridge Town CouncilFordbridge CentreB37 5DDTown Or Parish Council
Foundation Of Lady Karine LevesonTemple BalsallB93 0ALOlder People
Fox Hollies Community AssociationFox Hollies ForumB27 7RA

We provide groups and activities for older people. Including Lunch clubs, knitting groups, line dancing, social clubs and a tea dance







Fox LearningChelmunds SpaceB37 7TRWe are a Community Interest Company who delivers 1 to 1 home IT Tuition and Group Sessions in local Village Halls for Over 50's in and around the Solihull area. We have a group of patient and jargon free tutors to help the transition of 'getting to grips' with a digital device as easy and stress free as possible.
Frame AcademyCouncil HouseB91 3QBA brand new free of charge project is now up and running. If you are under 29 years old living in Solihull or Birmingham and Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) you may qualify for a FREE Bike Mechanic Training Course.You could benefit from learning new skills such as:• how to build and maintain bikes• how to use tools properly and safely• and gain valuable experience in an industrial environment, with plenty of advice and guidance about potential careersWith access to new bike parts, a fully stocked workshop and bikes to work on. This course will l provide eligible young people who complete the course with a: recognised QCF L1 or L2 qualification in Bike Maintenance, a bike you will work on and keep, and an insight and understanding of an industrial working environment.
Friends in Recreation (Solihull Central Branch including Knowle)218 Widney Manor RoadB91 3JWover sixties clubs
Friends of Balaam's Wood37B45 0BLIn the community Things to do
Friends of Damson ParksElmdon Heath Recreation GroundB92 9JSEnvironment
Friends of Knowle Park148 Starbold CrescentB93 9LBEnvironment
Friends of Solihull Hospital Association109 Hampton LaneB91 2RRHospitals
Friends of Woodlands CemeteryBirmingham RoadB46 1DPEnvironment
Friendship Care50 Newhall HillB1 3JNHomecare
Gateway Family ServicesGateway Family Services CICB15 3DH

Gateway Family Services CIC tackles the root cause of health inequalities by providing community-based support, helping people to sustain behaviour change and build resilience.

Since it was established in 2006, Gateway has provided a range of preventative health and wellbeing services across Birmingham and the wider West Midlands, supporting people to:

  • manage their own health in a sustainable way
  • maximise the opportunities of the workplace
  • build and reinforce social and family bonds

A non-profit organisation, Gateway uses any surplus to invest in the education, employment, health and wellbeing of the communities we work with.

Gateway Health & Social CareEnterprise HouseCV6 5NXHomecare
Gifted Children's Information CentreGifted Children's Information CentreB91 2QJGifted Children
Golf for Disabled ChildrenShirley Golf ClubB90 4EWDisabled Children
Goodwill Electrical63 Windrush Close Solihull West Midlands B92 8QPB92 8QPFrom domestic electrical services and fixed wire testing to commercial electrical installations and low energy lighting, Goodwill provides comprehensive, professional and fully compliant electrical services to homes and businesses small and large. Based in Birmingham and Solihull, we are electrical contractors with customer service at the heart of our business – we maximise value for money, minimise disruption, and support you at every stage of the process.We would like to be listed on the electrical page
Goodwill electrical63B92 8QPGoodwill electrical is an electrical services company that provides excellent electricians being able to provide you with great customer service.
Gorse FarmColeshill RoadB37 7HPResidential Home
Gro OrganicOffice 102B37 7TPEnvironment
Groundwork West Midlands (Coventry, Warwickshire & Solihull)Groundwork Environmental CentreDY4 9ALEnvironment
Guide Dogs for the Blind, Solihull BranchNot ProvidedN/AGuide Dogs
hallehealthcare ltd36WS1 1TJwe take all categories
Hampton in Arden Scout and Guide Supporters AssociationNot ProvidedN/AUniformed Organisation
Hampton in Arden Society - Local History GroupNot ProvidedN/ALocal History
Happylife Care25 Hickory DriveB17 8HLWe are a domiciliary care provider care in the Solihull area. We provide care for adults and children.
Hard of Hearing Club, East Birmingham & SolihullWoodlandsCV7 7LDDisability (Physical / Sensory)
Health ExchangeThe Enterprise CentreB37 7TPIf you are age 16+, and you live in Solihull or have a registered GP in Solihull, then you are entitled to FREE personal support and motivation from one of our locally-based Health Trainers. Health Exchange has Health Trainers operating throughout Solihull who are skilled in supporting you to make the changes you wish to make. We assist clients 1-1 over 6-8 sessions, who are motivated to want to make a positive difference to their health and wellbeing. We will start by assessing your specific needs before offering support, guidance and signposting to help you tackle a range of key health issues including: •Healthy eating & dietary information •Reducing alcohol intake •Increasing physical activity •Managing your weight We have strong links with various Solihull-based organisations, workplaces, GP's and pharmacies meaning that we can connect you to appropriate health professionals or social activities which can make your health goals that bit more achievable! To make a referral into the Solihull Health Trainer Service couldn't be any easier; Ring - 0121 663 0007 Fax - 0121 773 0334 Email - Make a healthy lifestyle change today!
Healthwatch Solihull1 Enterprise CentreB37 7TP

We Monitor

Through our community engagement activities, data intelligence systems, enter and view programme and our Healthwatch Champions, we continually monitor service delivery through concerns raised, feedback received and the Healthwatch Public Advisory Group use this intelligence to inform and shape the Healthwatch priorities and activities.

We Analyse

Using our bespoke evidence and insight software and in-house research expertise, we analyse consumer feedback as well as a broad range of data sources to produce evidence and insight reports and information dashboards which can provide trends, statistical and performance analysis of services for use in monitoring and challenging service commissioning and provision.

We Investigate

We use our various sources of intelligence, and our range of powers, including the ability to enter and view provider premises, to investigate where concerns about services have been raised. We promote opportunities for consumer involvement in consultations, service reviews and surveys and actively seek out consumer feedback on their experiences of health and social care services across Solihull. Using our powers to request information we raise issues with and seek answers from commissioners and providers in order to support our investigation of concerns.

We Challenge

Using our evidence and insight reports and data dashboards as a robust evidence base, we challenge commissioners and providers on the quality, access and delivery of health and social care services and ensure that these are acted upon. We always seek feedback on what has been done as a result of our reports, and in turn report this back publicly.

Help At Home4th Floor Lyndon HouseB16 8PEHelp At Home Brought to you by The Disability Resource Centre, a charity that has been helping people with all types of disabilities for over 20 years. Help at Home offers friendly caring staff that have been police checked . We provide ; Domestic Cleaning, Laundry , Ironing, Shopping. Accompanied Hospital/GP Visits. Gardening Handyman Service Dog Walking and Pet Care. Household management, including support with correspondence and paying bills. Painting And Decorating De-cluttering Service Help To Move Home Special Deep cleaning/disinfection treatments. You can expect; A High quality service with the same member of staff each visit. Peace of mind for yourself or loved one. Access to our other charitable services. Regular or one off visits, 52 weeks a year. Competitive Prices. A service you can Trust ! We understand the needs of our clients , their families and friends, which enables us to offer practical solutions that best suit their needs and fit their budget. DRC
Helpd Ltd4RG4 7PLAt Helpd, we choose to work with the best carers on the basis of their compassion, reliability and trustworthiness. Clients can then choose their carer directly via our simple booking system on our website. They can feel reassured that only the carer that they book will provide the service. From experience we have found that this creates a very stable and professional relationship for both parties. Below is a brief overview of some of the services we offer our clients. Please see our website for a more extensive list of our services: • Personal care ( washing, bathing, showering, assistance with dressing)• Assistance with medication• Meal preparation• Live in care services• Waking/sleeping nights• Ad hoc respite care
Helping Hands Home Care121B90 3NDHome care service, providing care from 30 minutes to full time live-in care. We can assist with companionship all the way to complex clinical care. With 28 years' experience, Helping Hands understands the importance of providing quality care to loved ones.
Helping Hands Home Care Solihull121B90 3NDHelping Hands Home Care provide live in care and visiting care services to help adults of all ages stay living independently in their own homes whilst they receive dedicated bespoke care they need.Category: Help at Home
Heritage Healthcare SolihullFairgate HouseB11 2AAHomecare, Personal Care, Support, Companionship, Domestic, Live-in
Highfield Hall Community Centre127-129B28 0HSHealth and wellbeing, in the community and things to do.
Home Help Solihull Ltd219-221 Stratford RoadB90 3AHHomecare
Home Instead Senior Care SolihullHockley CourtB94 6NW

Home Instead Senior Care is an award winning national company which is changing the way care is delivered in the UK and has rapidly built a reputation as one of the UK’s leading care companies Specialising in non-medical care of older people in their own homes, Home Instead assists people to remain at home where they're most happy and comfortable; giving their families the freedom to relax in the knowledge that their loved ones are in excellent hands. Our service is tailored to the needs of individual clients and ranges from companionship, meal preparation, light housekeeping, post-discharge care, personal care, medication reminders, shopping and errands. The service is available from as little as 1 hour to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Home-Start Birmingham SouthHamstead HouseB31 3QYFamilies
Honest careSuite 7 Laurie house 4th floorDE11LAHere at honest care we are passionate about delivering a high quality service, for those that require Care, Rehabilitation Enablement. All our staff are fully qualified and DBS checked. Our services include supported living, dementia, mental health conditions, physical disability,learning disability,Asian care specialists,brain injury rehabilitation,sensory impairment,substance misuse problems,adults care. We are also CQC registered.
Honest Care LimitedLaurie House Suite 7 Floor 4DE1 1LAHome and Community Care Service Provider
Housing 21Room 117-120, 2235/2243 Coventry RoadB26 3NWHomecare
Hypnotherapy DirectoryColiseumGU15 3YLHypnotherapy Directory was launched to connect individuals with qualified hypnotherapists in the UK. We offer information about what hypnotherapy is, how it can help, articles written by professionals and the latest hypnotherapy news.
i-Sore Media6 Markham CresentB92 OPFSocial Enterprise
ICare Community MealsICare LtdB18 6ARmeals on wheels
ICS25 Alcester RoadB80 7LLHomecare
Ideal for AllIndependent Living CentreB66 1JEIdeal for All (IFA) provides a comprehensive Payroll, Managed Account and Payroll & Managed Account service to Solihull residents by delivering: Payroll services for anyone requiring support to pay Personal Assistants • Register residents as an employer with HMRC • Set up residents with The Pension Regulator (TPR) as an employer for Auto-Enrolment purposes • Obtain authorisation to act on behalf of residents to liaise with HMRC • Provide residents with timesheets for their carers to complete • Provide a “Payroll Calendar” showing dates by which timesheets should be sent to us for processing • Process payroll on a 4 weekly cycle • Provide bespoke payslips to employees by the dates set out on our payroll calendar • Ensure PAYE information (tax & national insurance) is submitted to HMRC each pay period adhering to Real Time Information (RTI) regulations • Ensure residents have all the necessary information to pay their carers and HMRC on agreed dates We will support residents to be responsible employers, ensuring they can pay their carers on time every time. Managed account service for anyone requiring support to manage their Direct Payment • Manage Direct Payment (DP) funding on residents behalf • Ensure all eligible DP costs to meet residents care requirements are paid • Keep a record of all DP funds received and all payments made • Provide residents and Solihull Council with a detailed statement of a DP account at any given time or to an agreed schedule • Monitor care provider invoices against assessed care and support plan • Provide residents with a mandate to complete, should they be assessed to pay a contribution into their DP account Supporting and enabling people to abide by their responsibilities to HMRC, Solihull Council and their staff • Complete all tasks included in Payroll and Managed Account services • Obtain personal assistants/carers pay details • Ensure personal assistants/carers are paid on time • Monitor carers timesheets against assessed care package • Ensure all HMRC liabilities are paid Our staff have 19 years’ experience supporting residents, combined with financial qualifications to effectively manage their DP administration. Our dedicated staff team have the skills, knowledge and ability to understand the needs of diverse client groups and embeds a person centred approach to support individuals taking full account of disability, culture and language barriers. IFA recognises that everyone is different and that each and every individual has their own unique preferred method of communication, learning, understanding and interaction with others. On initial contact we will outline our support service offer and explain to the client that we can work with them to meet their requirements. Some clients prefer that we liaise with their representative only and once we have confirmed authorisation to do so we will respect the client’s wishes in this regard. We will always aim to empower the client to use a direct payment to meet their support needs. Our ethos is to work to the Social Model of Disability to try and eliminate the barriers that people face, enabling them to live as independently as possible. We have systems and processes in place that have embedded flexibility and adaptability to meet the requirements of the client first and foremost.
Ideal For All100 Independent Living CentreB66 1JE

Ideal for All runs the Specialist Employment Service in Solihull, helping people with long-term illness, disability or mental health needs find work in Solihull.

Ideal For All has a proud history over the past 21+ years of being a user-led charity and social enterprise company working to make life better for disabled and vulnerable people, their families and carers.

We provide free advice and support for people living with a long-term health condition, disability or mental illness, who are ready to move into paid employment, return to work after a period of sickness, or need support to stay in their current job.

On offer is a wide-ranging package of support tailored to your particular needs and aspirations and includes mentoring, employability support, supported job search, access to equipment and resources, training and development programmes, volunteering and work placements.

If you live in Solihull, aged 17 years and above, and legally entitled to work in the UK, we can help. We are based in The Core, but also work in the community where people require our support.

For more information, please call Ashley or Matthew on 0121 704 7890.

Ideal healthcare solution101CV6 5SFall categories
Ideas in Action by Stechford MobilityUnit 4B33 9AEWith over 40 years in the mobility industry, Ideas in Action by Stechford Mobility is a name you can trust. Our friendly, professional, compassionate team are on hand to provide expert customer service, advice and after sales care - including repairs. We stock a huge range of mobility scooters, wheelchairs, walking aids and more in our showroom.
ILEAP CharityElizabeth HouseCV37 6HXWe are offering anew service at The Kenilworth Centre, Abbey End Car Park, Kenilworth called Marketability. It offers those with a learning disability and or Autism with the opportunity to make quality items to sell at the local Market. It also provides volunteering opportunities for the same group to volunteer on the market stall and sell the items they have made. Please contact us for further information. Thank you
In2 AmbitionKinwarton HouseB49 HAEducation
In2Ambition50 High StreetB95 5ANAt In2Ambition we provide a number of online teaching and assessing courses, these include: - Level 3 Award in Education and Training - Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training - Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocationally Related Achievement - Level 4 Award in Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes & Practices With our very own learning platform LEO (Learning Environment online) we engage with learners in a fun and interactive way and our dedicated Professional Development Coaches (PDCs) are here to help you with any queries you may have with your course. Categories include: Training and Development
Independent People Homecare CM2 7HQIndependent People Homecare is a leading home care agency providing around the clock care and support to the elderly and to those who wish to remain independent in the comfort of their own home across Solihull and the surrounding areas.Independent People Homecare is an established live-in care agency with a wide network of experienced home care assistants in every town and village across England and Wales. Leading the way in providing comprehensive, competitively-priced care services, their professional Live-in carers deliver exclusive 1-2-1 care in the home, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. All their private carers are directly employed, policed checked and trained. Their focus remains solely on providing a responsive, high quality care service that consistently exceeds expectations.
Inspire You Care LTD46B11 4DEInspire You Care LTD is a domiciliary care agency registered with CQC to provide care to people in their own home under the following categories: Dementia, Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Mental Health and more.
Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology West Midlands BranchHoniley Court HotelCV8 1NPengineering
Irish in BirminghamSt Anne's parish centreB12 0PHFamilies In the community Things to do
Jagdeep K Chauhan AIMS Accountants for Business33B90 4YDChartered Accountant
JameshiectVirbalis Jameshiect Jameshiect143143 
JC4CS176 Cape HillB66 4SJHomecare
Jessies Meals on Wheel10TW11 9AAMeals on Wheels local service
Job's CloseLodge RoadB93 0HFHousing Support
John Taylor Hospice76 John Taylor HospiceB24 0DFVolunteering
Jolly ClubThe Kingshurst Labour ClubB37 6QUThe Kingshurst Labour Club proudly presents The Jolly Club, an over 50s members club, every Thursday from 12.00pm to 3.00pm. 

We offer the following activities & more:

  • excursions
  • bingo
  • social events
  • Christmas parties
  • day trips
  • holidays
  • dancing
  • entertainment
  • singing
To  join please contact Brian on 07592 550 115.
Jubilee Gardens26 Wyegate CloseB36 0TQResidential and Nursing Home
KeithDaltyLe Mans KeithDalty KeithDalty151211 
Kettlewell Way2 Kettlewell WayB37 5JGResidential Home
KeyRing Living Support NetworksC/O Solihull Keyring TeamE8 2NGKeyRing's vision is for vulnerable people to be at the heart of their community, sharing their skills and talents for everyone's benefit. KeyRing exists to improve the life chances of Members. A KeyRing supported living Network is made up of 10 ordinary homes. People who need support live in 9 of them. They help each other out and meet up regularly. A Community Living Volunteer lives in the 10th home. The Volunteer is a person who helps Members out. They help with things like reading bills, forms and letters. The volunteer supports Members to explore what’s going on in their neighbourhood and get involved. If Members need more support, there are paid workers that they can call. These workers can help if Members want to do something that will take more time. The Support Workers works in a variety of ways so as to meet each individual Member’s needs. They will complement individual support packages being designed as part of the move-on from residential or supported living accommodation. They will also undertake community connections work and participate fully in Network meetings.
KIDS (Solihull Branch)249 Birmingham RoadB72 1EAChildren
Kingshurst CaterpillarsKingshurst Youth & Community CentreB37 6BDChildren
Kingshurst Readers CircleKingshurst LibraryB37 6BDReading Groups
Knightsbridge Care Services380 Gospel LaneB27 7ANHomecare
Know Musical Society103bCV7 7GDPerformance of musical theatre in Solihull
Knowle Camera ClubDorridge Methodist ChurchB93 8NYPhotography
Knowle Gate Care HomeKnowle Gate Care HomeB93 9LWResidential Care and Nursing Home Residential Dementia Care and Nursing Home
Knowle Local History Society17B93 9HPLocal talks on Knowle, varying in length between 30 minutes and 1 hour; exhibitions at Knowle Library and Solihull Library; four open meetings a year at the Guild House Knowle to which the public is invited; inquiry service re Knowle history. Further details on the Society web site (see above).
Knowle Scottish Country Dance ClubKnowle United Reformed Church HallB93 0HNCategory: Dance For Fun, Fitness and Friendship …… Why not try Scottish Country Dancing at Knowle Scottish Country Dance Club if you are looking for some gentle exercise in a friendly social environment we think there is no better pastime. We are affiliated to the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS) and enjoy the benefits of an RSCDS qualified teacher to help with the dancing steps and formations and to guide us through the dances. You don’t have to be Scottish or come along with a partner to participate just a sense of rhythm and enthusiasm. Knowle Scottish Country Dance Club meets most Thursday evenings from early September to the third Thursday in May at Knowle United Reformed Church Hall, Station Road, Knowle, Solihull, West Midlands, B93 0HN. Dancing is from 7.45-10.00 p.m. Prospective members are very welcome to come along and observe or participate. There is no charge for this first visit.
KYRA337B93 8EZWork and Learning
Langley Senior Badminton ClubLangley SchoolB92 7ERBadminton (intermediate standard). Thursday evenings 7pm - 9pm
Learn2The LECCV2 4HH

The Learn2 Group deliver professional teaching and affordable learning.

Learn2 provide education and training for Tutors, Assessors and Internal Quality Assurers (Internal Verifiers) in addition to safeguarding training.

First4Aid deliver first aid, food hygiene and health and safety training.

Talk:2 deliver independent advice and guidance to young people and vulnerable adults.


At our LEC (Learn2 Education Centre) we deliver Functional Skills in English and Maths to 14-25 learners, NEETs and EAL (English as an Additional Language) persons.

Lifeline2411 Robberds WayNR5 9JFThe Lifeline24 Alarm service has been specifically designed for the elderly, frail and disabled, to ensure that they can live safely and independently in their own home.With the Lifeline package, all customers will receive a Lifeline VI Alarm base unit and a MyAmie Pendant. Once the alarm unit has been installed, you can choose to wear the Pendant on a wrist strap or around the neck. Once you join our Lifeline Personal Alarm service, you are connected to our highly trained Care Team who provides the 24hour emergency line to all users. Day and night, our care team, who have been accredited by the Telecare Services Association, are on hand to support you at home.
Listening Books12SE1 1QHListening Books provides a postal and internet based audiobook service to over 50,000 members who find it difficult to read the printed word in the usual way
Live in Care E4 9PTWe offer a service were individuals can advertise their care roles to a database of dedicated, professional and qualified live in carers. There may come a time when individuals and their loved ones choose to seek professional care, we believe this should be provided in the comfort of the home. Live in care offers a great alternative to hourly and residential care as it provides the individual with one to one support, helping them live life the way they choose, independently within their homes and communities. Our website is a dedicated place to find information and articles on live in care and to employ some of the best live in carers in the industry.
Living Well Consortium UK23 Avoca CourtB12 0HJPsychological and mental health distress therapies living with long term conditions e.g. Diabetes, COPD & other, plus medically unexplained conditionsPsychological and mental distress, situational counselling during COVID-19
Longmore Nursing Home118 Longmore RoadB90 3EENursing Home
Love2Teach Tutoring35 Scarborough HouseB11 1RHLove2Teach is a tutoring company that helps parents and students find tutors across Solihull to help with academic subjects (Primary, GCSE, A-Level, Dyslexia), languages, music, singing and dancing.We have over 150 tutors in the Solihull area including qualified teachers, experienced academic tutors, full-time musicians and native language speakers. Many of our tutors are experienced at providing support for students requiring additional support or who have special educational needs allowing us to tailor your tutor and your learning to provide the right fit for you or your child.You can find a tutor in less than 5 minutes by either visiting our website and searching for tutors in your local area, or you can phone our 1-2-1 support service who can talk you through how it all works and any specific needs you may have.
Lozells Methodist Church163B19 2AHAdvice agencies Difficult times Families Health and wellbeing Housing In the community Things to do
Lyndon Croft144 Ulleries RoadB92 8EDResidential Home
Lyndon Methodist ChurchMelton AvenueB92 7QXFaith & Belief
Matr32-38E1 8EWMatr provides fun and affordable home-based online one-to-one tuition for ages 7-11. Whether your child needs a confidence boost in maths or to be challenged further, Matr's personalised, one-to-one learning platform will help. Every week your child will receive one-to-one tuition, from the same specialist maths tutor in their secure and fun online classroom. All contact between tutor and child is done via audio, so your child will be completely focused and engaged in their learning. Matr creates a learning journey for your child, with lessons selected for each week, ensuring an easy and personalised experience. They closely follow the national curriculum so whatever your child is learning in school is expanded on and cemented in their online maths lessons.Matr’s online one-to-one tuition, for 7 to 11-year-olds, engages children and builds their confidence by helping them expand upon valuable skills such as problem-solving, reasoning and verbalisation. Through the one-to-one conversations, with their own specialist online tutor for primary school, children receive the best maths support helping them to make as much progress possible.Having supported over 45,000 pupils in schools across the UK Matr's online one-to-one tuition has been made more affordable and convenient than ever to families across the UK. Listed under: Education, Home Education, Tutor, Tuition
MatrFrazer House 32-38E1 8EWLots of jam-packed FREE maths activity eBooks for your child, perfect to help them master maths at home!Created by the UK’s largest online one-to-one learning provider.All resources have been designed to be fun and engaging.
Meadow41 Warwick RoadB92 7HSHomecare
MearsAriel HouseB33 0SGHome care services
Mereside42 St Bernards RoadB92 7BBResidential Home
Mereside Home for People with a Learning Disability42B92 7BBResidential Care Home for People with Learning Disabilities
Meriden CE Primary SchoolFillongley RoadCV7 7LWEducation
MerillFlictLondon MerillFlict MerillFlict152324 
Mi HomecareSuite 1022-1033 Centre CourtB28 8HHHomecare
Midland CareCannon House, 2255 Coventry RoadB26 3NXHomecare
Midland Heart44 Bradford StreetB5 6HXHomecare
Millpool Art ClubYewtree SchoolB91 2SD'Painting for Pleasure' We meet at Yewtree School, Wherretts Well Lane, Solihull on Tuesday evenings from 6-45 to 9-15pm.
Mobile Care ServicesUnit ACV9 2QZHome Care Services
Monahen Care and Support Limited17CV3 2FBWe are a CQC registered home and domiciliary care provider. We cover care for old aged people and those with mental health, dementia and physical impairments. Our services include, shopping, laundry and cleaning for patients under care.
Mr & Mrs Rooke109 Coleshill RoadB37 7HTResidential Home
Ms32B91 3RPNutrition and Weight Loss
Namas Yoga100B90 4UDYoga Classes, Beginner Courses, Workshops, Private Tuition and Corporate Yoga
National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS)Ground FloorSL6 7RJArthritis
Nationwide Care ServicesFairgate HouseB11 2AAHomecare
NCP Consultancy1301 Centre CourtB28 9HHWe are proud providers of Supported Living, Assisted Living and Home care. We believe that every individual has a right to live their lives as independently as possible and have the right to get the support to do so. We believe that every individual has the right to choose where they want to live, who they want to live with and who they want to provide them care or support.We provide a range of accommodations from shared houses, studio flats and self-contained flats with a support worker on site 24/7 if needed. These accommodations are suitable for people with Learning difficulties, Physical difficulties and Mental Health.We are an equal opportunities provider and are non-discriminatory. We welcome people from all backgrounds, ages, races or religions.We are CQC registered and our staff are DBS checked and have been trained in all Mandatory Courses including, Moving and Handling, Basic Life Support, First Aid and have attained or working towards Level 2 in Health and Social Care. We believe that no two individuals are the same and hence our support and care is tailored to each individual based on their needs assessments. Our support ranges from meal preparation, shopping, budgeting, support to appointments and any area of support an individual need. a
NEET Independent Travel TrainingCouncil HouseB91 3QBIndependent Travel Training for 15-29 year olds who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET)We are very excited to announce that our new free of charge service to assist young adults to travel around Solihull and Birmingham. What we do• We provide 1:1 travel training for those who are between the ages of 15-29 who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). • Our trainees will learn how to use the bus/train and will learn skills around road safety and keeping safe.• We meet our young people with their parent/carer in their homes to talk about what they want to achieve and where they want travel to. • We create a step by step plan of how we will achieve this. • We risk assess the route• We then begin our bespoke sessions, where lesson by lesson the client will gain more skills in using public transport confidently.Please go to our website below for further information and to make a referral.
Network Healthcare40 Hagley CourtB153EZAs one of the country’s largest quality driven care at home providers, Network Healthcare supports clients of all ages and abilities to live independently and as fully as possible in their own homes.We provide accredited professional care with a personal attention to detail and specialise in Care at Home services and can provide a carer from a 30 minute check call all the way through to 24 hour live in.We provide a high quality service which caters for a wide range of care needs, from companionship and light household duties, through to severe dementia and end of life care.We are passionate about what we do and how we do it. Our reputation is testament to our strategy of quality, reliability and professionalism allied with an open, relaxed and friendly approach.Our personal care can included help with:Assisting with washing and dressingBathing/showeringDental hygieneAssistance with hearing aidsApplying surgical stockingsContinence managementWashing hairSkin careHelping getting up and going to bedPrompting medicationSleepoversWaking nightsAs well as personal care we can also help with:ShoppingDomestic servicesCompanion visitsAssisting with mealsTelecare servicesWe care for:Older peoplePhysically disabledAdults with learning disabilitiesAdults with mental healthTerminally illAll of our staff are fully vetted and fully trained to the highest quality.
New Hope CareEnterprise House, Room 54CV6 5NXHomecare
Newlands Bishop FarmNewlands Bishop FarmB91 2RYDisability (Learning)
Nineacres Drop InFordbridge CentreB37 5DDDrop in service for people who suffer from depression, mental health service users or just lonely. Join us for a cup of tea, coffee and a chat plus woodcraft (this includes making guitars), card making and art. Fordbridge meetings Tues 09.30am-12.30. Bosworth Community Centre Friday 10.00am- 16.00.
North Solihull Community Forum (Nourish Social)23 Daimler CloseB36 9NBCommunity engagement
Northern Star Community ArtsThree Trees Community Centre/CW Baptist ChurchB37 7TPArts & Culture
Oesophageal Patients Association22 Vulcan HouseB91 2JYSupport Services
Olton Friary140/150 St Bernard's RoadB92 7BLFaith & Belief
Olton Grange84 Warwick RoadB92 7JJResidential Home
Omega healthcare midlands ltd9CV6 2FDOMEGA HEALTHCARE MIDLAND LTD specializes in; • Working with adults in the community to provide day to day care• Complete personal care to vulnerable adult and support and prompt them to take their medication• supporting vulnerable adults with basic care and support in their own homes. Chores include; personal care, meal preparation, medication administering, shopping etc.• Work in consultation with other professionals and key people to ensure that the needs of the service users were are adequately met. • Completing daily running records to ensure that there is consistency of care to the service users and also to keep up to speed with their ever changing needs.• Attend review meetings to ensure that care plans are up to date • assisting and enabling service users to complete daily routines and tasks e.g cooking and cleaning• taking food and refreshment• mobility• toileting• changing colostomy bags• catheter care• oral care• preparing peg feeds• bed making• providing interest and activities to stimulate and engage the service user• contributing to record keeping to ensure welfare of service users is monitored closely.• Close observations for service users with mental health to promote their safety and that of the other people• Supporting Service users with their rehabilitation programs to promote recovery and independence e.g. physio therapy sessions and continue to follow this through at home to promote recovery • Setting up equipment to use in the session/treatment.• Assisting the therapist in the therapy itself• Support service users to access services and facilities to enable them to participate in their local communities• Supporting service users recovering from brain injuries, strokes and major accident to re-learn their adult experiences so that they could live independently in their own home or with very minimal support.16+ MENTORING-Managing young people living semi-independently in the community-Responsible for structuring key work sessions consistent with an independent placement agreement.-Monitor the young person’s ability to engage with everyday living and develop skills where necessary by supporting their identified needs.-Support the young person in settling within the community and accessing local resources.-Encourage and support young people in accessing education, training or employment as well as supporting them with any application process.-Support and assist young people around budgeting money, grocery shopping and administer a weekly subsistence allowance.-Encourage the young person to engage and take part with positive activities within the community, building on relationships and developing social networks.-Maintain accurate record/ log keeping.-Maintain petty cash and receipts for each expenditure.-To maintain the cleanliness and hygiene of the unit.-Promote safe, consistent and understandable boundaries with young people in conjunction with a ‘Young Person’s Agreement’.-Encourage the young person to take an active part in the local community, building relationships and maintaining social networks.-Work in partnership with other agencies and support the young people to attend meetings with other professionals. month.s
Ornamin Ltd4200 Waterside CentreB37 7YNTablewareAdapted equpimentEating and Drinking
Oxfam (Shirley)189 Stratford RoadB90 3AUFunding & Fundraising
Park View Day CentreTudor Grange ParkB91 3LUDay care centre for adults with learning disabilities
Parkinson's UK (Solihull Branch)33 The CrescentB91 1JRParkinson's Disease
Patricia House266 Warwick RoadB92 7AEResidential Home
Phoenix HouseSwallows Meadow Extra CareB90 4PQExtra Care
Phoenix Private Ambulance Service26CV34 6QS

Phoenix Private Ambulance Service provides non-emergency transport for anyone with mobility issues, particularly those who need to travel by wheelchair or on a stretcher, or who have difficulty negotiating steps or stairs.

We do not compete with taxi or private-hire firms, since we specialise in (and have the equipment and training to provide) private ambulance transport and care for anyone whose needs mean they cannot travel by public transport or car.

We work locally and long-distance, to and from private addresses, care homes, hospitals and other medical establishments.

We are always happy to answer any questions that you may have, and an individual quotation for the cost of any journey will be provided in advance at the point of enquiry.

Physio & Health Matters Ltd3CV7 7FWPhysio & Health Matters is a privately owned physiotherapy practice that has built its reputation on the quality of care that it provides. We pride ourselves on highly qualified, experienced practitioners and bespoke facilities offering expert treatment for an extensive range of problems. We believe in treating the individual as a whole, determining the root cause to provide the correct course of treatment using a collaborative approach to restore fitness and promote an active lifestyle.Private Physiotherapy Practice, treating patients in Solihull, Knowle, Shirley, Meriden, Balsall Common, Coventry and many more locations.
Plan-itFern Hill CourtCV7 7FRHome Care
Platinum Nursing Care LtdPlatinum Nursing CareCV7 9GANEW Dementia Nursing Home.Platinum Nursing Care is a new business that has come together as a result of like-minded people having the same ideals and wishes to look after people living with dementia.We will be making use of a full range of electronic care systems to ensure the safety and comfort of the residents’ medical and personnel requirements. Platinum Nursing Care Ltd is a privately-owned company, which has employed a team of people who are well-respected for providing excellent standards of nursing care to residents living with complex healthcare needs.
Plato Catering Hire B49 6EPPlato Catering Hire is an award winning event equipment hire company, based in Warwickshire, which also serves Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire and West Midlands. Plato Catering Hire offers crockery, glassware, cutlery, linen, furniture and more for weddings and large events throughout the UK. They also won Event Equipment Hire Company of the Year in 2017.
POW C.I.C / Push On Wellbeing3B377gfPow helps us with our Physical & mental wellbeing very much in the forefront of our mind. It's your local wellbeing 10 week Programme in the North & South. Supported by Solihull Council investing back into its people's wellbeing.mental, physical, wellbeing, DanceFitness, menta wellbeing, physical wellbeing, meditation,
prime life144 LYNDON CROFT CARE CENTREb92 8edresidential Dementia care home
Prince of Wales Nursing Home246 Prince of Wales LaneB14 4LJNursing Home
Princes Trust79 Warwick StreetB12 0NHDifficult times
Priory Hospital Woodbourne21B17 8BYPriory Hospital Woodbourne, located in a picturesque suburb of South West Birmingham, provides expert treatment for a range of mental health difficulties, including addictions, depression, anxiety, and stress.You can be assured that the treatment that you receive at Priory Hospital Woodbourne will be of the highest standard, as we are continually monitored by our independent regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and benchmarked against the National Service Framework.
Priory Hospital Woodbourne21 Priory Hospital WoodbourneB17 8BY

Priory Hospital Woodbourne, located within a peaceful suburb of South West Birmingham, is a specialised mental health treatment and rehabilitation centre that has established an excellent reputation for providing the highest standards of treatment for a wide variety of mental health conditions, including anxiety, depression and stress.

Woodbourne Hospital is also one of the UK’s leading addiction treatment and rehabilitation centres. Our highly qualified specialists have the expertise to deliver evidence-based treatment for a broad range of addictions including alcohol addiction and drug addiction

Priory Woodland ViewPriory Woodland ViewCV7 7HZWoodland View is a 31-bedded rehabilitation and recovery service for males requiring a positive environment to stabilise the symptoms of mental illness, and develop positive self-management and independent skills for a successful discharge into the community.Woodland View specialises in complex and enduring mental health needs including conditions such as:Mood disordersTreatment resistant psychosisPersonality disorderPost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma related conditionsOur service is suitable for informal patients and those detained under the Mental Health Act.
Progress Care Solutions127 Progress HouseWV4 6JGShort Breaks Adults with disabilitiesShort Breaks Children with disabilitiesHome and Community Care Solihull for young people with disabilitiesActivity Groups for children and young adults with disabilitiesFamily Support Support living servicesEdge of Care and preventative interventionsTransitions to Adulthood skills groups
Push On Wellbeing CICYou +B37 5TS

The Pow programme / Push On Wellbeing is helping communities in the North & South of the borough with physical & mental wellbeing in mind. The 10 week programme is being delivered in Chelmsley Wood, Smithswood & Kingshurst Communities in the North & Hobs Moat in the South.

Each 1 X hour session each week brings 30 minutes DanceFitness By Reza who teaches the amazing FitSteps programme made in the UK by Natalie Lowe & Ian Waite from Strictly Come dancing, along with Olympic Gold Medallist Mark Foster.

The cool down is a 10 minutes meditation with Sarah May. At the beginning of the program everyone is introduced to the natural healing of aromatherapy oils blended by Elizabeth Annes Aromatherapy who is a fully qualified aromatherapist. As an alternative natural medicine.

They are also given their very own gratitude box, which contains a gratitude stone & gratitude list which they write out all the things they are truly grateful for in their life's. To read out every day along with putting their oil on. Reza teaches "The Gratitude Attitude from Day 1". For when we are showing gratitude, what we will get back in return is gratitude in abundance.

At the end of each session each week a different service provider from the local community engages with each Pow group who are working closely with Pow.

They are:

  • Health Exchange
  • Solihull Carers
  • Solihull fire services
  • Local community officers
  • Local Nutritionist
  • You + shop Chelmsley Wood
  • Wild Life Trust for wellbeing outside

After the 10 week program has finished their are FitPOW sessions set up for a forever wellbeing journey with POW!

They are On a Saturday at Crabtree Hall, Crabtree Drive, Chelmsley Wood B37 12pm till 1pm.

Starting Mon 7th Nov which is being focused on the local work force at St Anne's Community Centre, Bosworth Drive, Chelmsley Wood B37 5.30pm till 6.30pm.

Rachel Gordon Trading as Ensemble Learning1B97 5URI am setting up fun group French classes in Solihull and Shirley.
RachlnopChikago Rachlnop Rachlnop134233 
Rai Dental Surgery109B27 7UWRai Dental Surgery has been established for over 50 years, but has been in the capable hands of our current owner Manjit since 1990. The practice prides itself on making patients feel calm and comfortable. The main consultation room look over the garden, which was a great factor that attracted the current owner Manjit to the practice.
Rayner HouseDamson ParkwayB91 2PPResidential Home
ReCOM348AB27 7AJ

ReCOM's aim is to help more people in Solihull benefit from getting on-line by:

- Running Silver Surfer classes & Tablet classes for the over 55's

- Helping job seekers who need to improve their IT skills to find work

- Supporting people in their own homes through our IT@Home project


We have a team of friendly, experienced tutors to help people improve their digital skills; volunteers also play an important part in our activities whether assisting IT trainers or working one to one with a job seeker or someone who is housebound.

RecoveryKinetic Business Parkwd6 4pj

Free helpline for anyone suffering with alcohol & drug addiction.  Alcohol and drug rehabilitation free helpline 24/7


Reflexive TherapyThe Hair ShopB91 2NXCounselling and Specialist Therapy for people with Aspergers and Autism and for those who support them.
Rehab 4 Addiction294 Rehab 4 AddictionB1 1TSEstablished in 2012 by Oliver Clark, Rehab 4 Addiction is an advisory and referral service for people who suffer from alcohol, drug and behavioural addiction. Rehab 4 Addiction works closely with rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics throughout the United Kingdom and the admissions team match a patients’ addiction with an appropriately placed rehabilitation centre. We are able to offer rehabilitation centres patient referrals and we always prioritise the needs of the specific patient when doing so. We maintain a substantial network of rehabilitation centres throughout the United Kingdom.
Rehab 4 Alcoholism52N1 1PX"Established in 2012 by Oliver Clark, Rehab 4 Alcoholism is an advisory and referral service for people who suffer from alcohol addiction. Rehab 4 Alcoholism works closely with rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics throughout the United Kingdom and the admissions team match patients’ addiction with an appropriately placed rehabilitation centre. We are able to offer rehabilitation centres patient referrals. We prioritise the needs of patients when doing so. We maintain a substantial network of rehabilitation centres throughout the United Kingdom. We work with private rehabilitation centres, the NHS and charities.
Rehab Recovery145-147EC1V 4PWRehab Recovery is an organisation that provides addiction treatment and healthcare advice for a wide range of different addiction and dependency problems. We offer a high-quality advice and referral service that matches our clients to the right variety of treatment which will solve their problems and let them get on with their normal lives free of the burden of addiction.
Renewal Family CentreVulcan RoadB91 2JR 
Reza DanceFitness & Music U.K3B37 7GFI deliver DanceFitness classes on Chelmsley Wood with the amazing Fitsteps Programme. I work in association with Fitsteps which is owned by Natalie Lowe & Ian Waite from Strickly come dancing with Mark Foster the Olympic gold medallist. Classes Monday @ Bosworth Communtiy centre, Ashram B37 1pm till 2pm Monday @ St Anne's Catholic Community Centre B37 7pm till 8pm Weds @ The Three Trees, Chelmunds Village B37 10am till 11am Sat @ Crabtree Hall, Crabtree Drive B37 12pm till 1pm
Right at Home West Midlands (South)Centre Court Business CentreB28 9HH

High quality home based care for clients over the age of 18. We provide personalised care & support so that our clients can lead a rewarding life. See independent reviews of our services by clicking here.

Ring and Ride80B6 5PLCommunity Transport
RNIBRNIB SolihullB91 3RGProvides help and support for people with sight problems. RNIB is a national charity with local reach, providing information, help and support to blind and partially sighted people.
RNIB BirminghamTouchBase PearsB29 6NA

Provides help and support for people with sight problems. RNIB is a national charity with local reach, providing information, help and support to blind and partially sighted people.

Rons Place4 Cardiff GroveB37 5EYResidential Home
Royal Surgical Aid Society7-14 Can MezzanineSE1 4YR

Our carers support programmes are residential and we have designed them with your needs in mind.

From the moment you arrive, members of the RSAS Training Team are available to help you to feel comfortable and to get the most out of your time away from home.

Each day there is time planned in for you to ask questions about the programme or about practical things to do with your room, or the venue in general. There are lots of opportunities to talk about how you are feeling with other carers and members of the RSAS training team and, and about what you already know, what you are learning, and anything you want to know more about.

The main sessions on each day cover a range of topics including:

Understanding dementia – what causes dementia and why it affects each individual in a different way.

More about dementia – responding to changing behaviour when things get difficult.

Legal and financial matters – things you may need to know if you are supporting somebody who has dementia.

Looking after yourself – why carers need to take extra care of their own health and wellbeing.

Building Resilience – what can we learn from carers who have been in our shoes and experts who have helped carers in the past to build resilience.

RSPB Solihull Group115 Dovehouse LaneB91 2EQAnimal welfare
S and S CareKings CourtB28 8JGHome support
Sanctuary Care27 Briarscroft Residential Care HomeB34 7PBCare home
Sandant Care4200 Waterside CentreB37 7YNSandant care provide supported living,respite care and support in the community for people with mental health including dementia and learning disabilities.
Sanders Senior Living111 Claridge PlaceB92 7HPResidential Care Home
Select Lifestyles512-514 Stratford RoadB90 4AYResidential Home
SELECT LIFESTYLES LTDSelect HouseB69 4PAResidential home for adults with additional learning and physical needs.
Senior Care Support Services Ltd - Care Advocate9 Arden LeysB94 5JE

Older Adults requiring support and advice in sourcing good quality domiciliary care in the home, or, if looking at a move into an appropriate care home, whether that be residential, nursing, dementia care or dementia nursing care. It is important that any care home of choice meets our clients health and social needs now and in the future. We work with clients whether self funding or funded through the local authority.

Senior Care Support Services offers a bespoke, empathetic and holistic approach towards assisting our older clients and their family members when going through, what can be a very stressful time, looking for the right care solution.  We work closely with SOLLA (Society of Later Life Advisors) Independent Financial Advisors and legal professionals, to ensure that the best advice and support is then backed up with the correct legal professionals.   Our links to hospital clinicians, dementia specialists, care home managers and domiciliary care organisations, ensure that we support you with making the right choice, as the experts in later life advice. 

From making that very first call, you can guarantee that you will have the level of support and advice necessary to make that all important care decision. 

Why not take a look at  our website at: for more information. 

Serene Care45 Charlesworth AvenueB90 4SEWe provide care and support at home in Solihull and Birmingham. Putting people at the heart of their care is our passion. No two individuals are the same; their needs, expectations, preferences and abilities will vary and that is why our support plans will be built around each individual providing care and support that fulfils their needs. At Serene Care we understand the importance of peace of mind and are here to guide you through when you or a loved one needs additional support with the assurance that promoting independence, dignity and respect is at the heart of our service provision. We can provide care and support from half an hour to twenty four hours a day at times to suit you.
Seva Care1047-1049 Stratford RoadB28 8ASHomecare
Shirley Baptish Church144 Stratford RoadB90 3BDFaith & Belief
Shirley Lionsc/o The Solihull Municipal ClubB91 3LECommunity Development
Silver Birches Residential Home23 Tyne CloseB37 6QZResidential Home
Sir Josiah Mason TrustMason CourtB27 6PF

If you would like to contact Sir Josiah Mason Trust please call our Customer Services Team on (0121) 245 1002.


Sir Josiah Mason Trust focuses exclusively on providing top quality affordable housing accommodation, and support & care services, just for older people. It also has a long and distinguished track record of putting the individual needs of residents at the centre of all that we do.


We have Sheltered and Extra Care Housing projects specifically designed to meet the diverse needs of our elderly communities and in addition, provide high quality domiciliary services, temporary respite facilities, as well as operating a highly successful Registered Care Home.


Our main site is located in Olton, with additional sheltered housing schemes in Shirley, and in Erdington.

Skill ForceTennal GrangeB32 2HXWork and Learning
Skills For JobsJunctionB37 5HA

Employment support for people who are unemployed or at threat of redundancy who live in Chelmsley Wood, Smith's Wood, Kinghurst or Fordbridge. Offering 1:1 support to overcome barriers to work.

SKP Cleaning and Caring Ltd74WV10 9ELWe offer a quality Cleaning service, Shopping, Chaperoning service, Sittings, Laundry.
SMBCCore LibraryB91 3RGListeners' Circle meets every other month on Wednesday morning 10.30 to discuss and share ideas about audio books.
Smiths Wood Parish Councilc/o Smith’s Wood Primary AcademyB36 0SZTown or Parish Council
Solihull & District Hebrew Congregation3 Monastery DriveB93 1DWBlack Or Minority Ethnic
Solihull Action Through Advocacy11-13B37 7DEAbout Us Our Mission is: To enable the most vulnerable to have a voice and be heard; securing their rights, and taking action to influence positive change. We work with over 300 people each year advocating for people with learning disabilities and older people. We help people develop self-advocacy skills and support peer advocates in campaigning for change. We enable people to have more control over their lives making any changes they wish to. What we do: The ACE Community Project. Our Lottery Funded project is all about Aspirations, Choice, and Empowerment. We deliver various workshops to enable people to increase their skills and self-esteem. We use film and visual performance in our drama workshops to raise awareness about hate crime and promote our anti-bullying message to the local community. We undertake community advocacy - all advocacy that is not a legal entitlement. We support you to manage various situations you may come across in your daily life. We help you get your voice heard, help you make informed decisions, accompany you and support you in meetings, listen to you and more. Peer Advocacy Peer Advocacy supports people to speak out about things that matter to them. Peer Advocates get involved with different groups and organisations, including the NHS, police, local council, and different charities. They work hard to make sure that the views of people with a learning disability are included. Peer Advocates are members of the Changing Lives group and represent the views of people with learning disabilities in Solihull at the local Learning Disability Partnership Board and Regional Forum. Peer Visitors are a group of people with learning disabilities who visit residential care homes in Solihull to make sure residents are happy with the quality of service they receive. Parents Advocacy Parents with learning difficulties can and do make good parents, sometimes they need extra support to do this. When that support isn’t in place some people may struggle with caring for their children. We can help to find out what support is available and ask for other services to help them and their family. When there are child protection concerns, we support and enable parents to be involved at meetings and in court to make sure their views and opinions are heard. Statutory Advocacy: IMCA, DoLS, and Care Act We provide Independent Mental Capacity Advocates (IMCAs) for people who have been assessed as lacking capacity to make specific decisions. In some cases, this is a legal requirement. If you‘re over 16 and a decision needs to be made about long-term changes in your accommodation or you are undergoing serious medical treatment, people come to us to help. If you don’t have the capacity to make the decision, or there’s no-one independent of services to consult with about the decision, an IMCA gets involved. In special cases, we help with care reviews and adult protection and sometimes are asked to do this even where family members or others are available. Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards IMCAs get involved when decisions are being made about depriving people of their liberty and there is no-one available to consult about the decision. Someone has their liberty deprived if they are under continuous supervision and are not free to leave, and the person doesn’t have the capacity to consent to these arrangements. A Deprivation of Liberty is usually applicable when a person is in a care home or nursing home; it may be that the front door is coded or locked and controlled by the staff, it could be that the person is deemed to have no capacity and requires constant supervision. IMCAs are available to fill gaps between appointed representatives, if a representative is unpaid or if the local authority believes the presence of an IMCA is beneficial. The advocate will work with the person deemed to lack capacity and relevant professionals and carers to consider their wishes and best interests. Relevant Persons R
Solihull Active TeamCouncil HouseB91 3QBLeisure, Sport, Physical activity, Health, Wellbeing, Active
Solihull Archaeological Group25 Elmcroft RoadB26 1PJArchaeology
Solihull Arden Club B91 1RGHospitality suite for functions such as meetings, funerals, classes and events.13 outdoor tennis courts for activities and coaching6 indoor squash courts for activities and coachingcar park, changing rooms, showers and toilets
Solihull Bereavement Counselling ServiceUllswater HouseB91 2JLBereavement
Solihull Borough Talking Newspaper AssociationThe CoreB91 3RGThe main service provided by Solihull Borough Talking Newspapers Association is to enable unsighted people or those with limited sight to be able to keep abreast with the local news
Solihull Building Bridges - Islamic Initiative110 Starbold CrescentB93 9LAEquality & Human Rights
Solihull Cancer Support GroupSIMTR (grounds of Parkway Hospital)B91 2PPCancer
Solihull Care Housing Association Ltd1619 Warwick RoadB93 9LFResidential Care
Solihull Care LtdSuite 7 Solihull Trade CentreB92 7RNCare Services & Support
Solihull Carers' Support GroupSolihull Fire Station AnnexeB91 1QYSupport Services
Solihull Child Contact CentreNew HouseB91 3DPYoung People
Solihull Choral SocietySharmans Cross SchoolB91 1PHChoirs
Solihull Churches Action on Homelessness (SCAH)Christ ChurchB91 3DG

Solihull Churches Action on Homelessness (SCAH) are a local charity which supports those affected by homelessness. SCAH delivers local initiatives and funds home starter packs for vulnerable people moving into new tenancies.

To contact the service please visit

Solihull Club de PetanqueThe WardensB91 3JYSports & Leisure
Solihull Community HousingEndeavour HouseB37 6BXHousing Support
Solihull Conservation Volunteers19 Brookvale GroveB92 7JH

Solihull Conservation Volunteers is a small but dedicated local practical conservation group.  There is no paid staff and is entirely run by volunteers in their spare time.  We have been carrying out environmental work all over the borough of Solihull for over 25 years.  This hard work have turned poor and neglected woodland and meadow areas into wildlife havens with access available to all.

Most of the work has been on SMBC owned sites and has helped in some of these sites becoming Local Nature Reserves obtaining the prized Green Flag status.  All out tasks are agreed with Solihull Council as part of their conservation plans and we work closely with the Borough Ecologist and other members of the council.  SCV has also worked on various sites owned by local parish councils and the National Trust.  Further afield SCV has worked for various National Park Authorities and the National Trust.  SCV has also worked on various sites owned by local parish councils and the National Trust.  Further afield SCV has worked for various National Park Authorities and the National Trust.

SCV has the ability to carry out a wide variety of conservation tasks from habitat creation like coppicing, hedgelaying and meadow cutting to access improvement tasks like pathwork, sleeper bridge construction and replacing stiles with kissing gates.  The results of our work are enjoyed by thousands people a year throughout the Solihull area.  We have improved the access to a number of the sites as well as increasing the benefit of the areas for wildlife as well as the local community.

Funding for the group comes from modest payment for work carried out for Solihull Council and other bodies, as well as donations from SCV members and the general public.  Volunteer also give a lot of time for the group apart from tasks and donate materials and equipment. 

Solihull Cycling Club16 Vernon CloseCV32 6HHSports & Leisure
Solihull Dental Centre & Implant Clinic29 Double Day HouseB91 3SJDental surgery
Solihull Film SocietyMembership SecretaryB91 1JAFilms and film making
Solihull Healers Group6 Brook CroftB37 7EPHealth (Physical)
Solihull Heart Support Group66 Pear Tree CrescentB90 1LDHealth (Physical)
Solihull Indoor Bowls ClubBrick Kiln LaneB91 3LESports and Leisure
Solihull Lions ClubThe Ramada Jarvis HotelB91 3RFLions clubs
Solihull Mind14-16B92 8SYWe provide a wide variety of services for people with mental health problems. Categories: mental health, care, support, advice, advocacy, wellbeing/healthy living
Solihull Mind14/16 Faulkner RoadB92 8SYHealth (Mental)
Solihull Model Railway CircleSt Marys Scout HutB92 8PNSolihull Model Railway Circle was founded in Olton in 1951, making it one of the oldest model railway clubs in the Midlands, and it is still active today. Some of the first club meetings were held at the Manor House in Solihull. The current longest serving member joined in the late 1960s, but new members are joining us all the time. The main objectives of the club are to share and improve knowledge and skills between the members, to produce scenic model railway layouts in different scales and formats and to exhibit them to the general public.The existing members are of widely varying ages, skills and interests, from beginners to veterans. Within the club there are members with experience in loft layouts, baseboard building, track laying, electrics, DCC, signalling, locomotive and rolling stock building, detailing and weathering, model engineering, scenery, architectural modelling and civil and military road vehicle modelling. The club is currently building a new layout. It is 16 feet by 2 feet and is an OO gauge branch line terminus set in Scotland. The layout will be both DC and DCC operated and use hand made point work by ‘Marcway’ and ready made ‘SMP’ plain track. Scenery features include a curved viaduct, based on Killiecrankie, over a tidal river with shingles and, around the station and goods yard area, there is planned to be a village and harbour with prototypical scratch-built buildings.Our main layout is Cherwell, which is a scenic OO gauge, 26 feet 6 inches by 10 feet 6 inches, four track mainline with an integral branch line. It features working automatic signals and has largely scratch-built buildings with a local theme, for example The Manor House, The Mason’s Arms, The George Hotel, The Fat Cat Cafe, Tyseley Station, Water Orton Station and Kings Heath Library. The layout still needs some buildings and scenery work, and has been partially rewired for added reliability. It was built mainly to display scale length mainline trains, those being run reflecting the varying interests of the membership. Trains run are usually British outline, but can come from any part of the UK mainland and from any date between about 1900 to the present day. The layout is usually run on the first Thursday of every month.The club also owns an O gauge continuous run layout, Avonbridge, which is three-tracked, with the third line used for goods only. It is 13 feet across and 29 feet long and has a minimum radius of 6 feet. This layout has a Midland Railway theme and has a main station building modelled on that previously at Northfield, a platform shelter from Moseley and a model of a section of the Edstone canal viaduct from near Bearley (almost MR!), along with various huts and a signal box, but it still requires further scenery and buildings. It has been built to display reasonable length trains and to allow continuous running, with trains being run again reflecting our individual collections. Various further developments of this layout are under consideration. The layout is normally run on the fourth Thursday of the month and if you are an 'O' gauge modeller we would love to see your models running on our layout!New members are most welcome, whether experts or beginners and whether they wish to work on the club layouts or just enjoy a social evening once a week. If you are not sure if you wish to join, we will be very pleased to welcome you as a guest. Visit our website for more info: http://www.solihullmrc.orgChairman: Robert Reynolds, tel. 07817093264 or e-mail .
Solihull Moors Football ClubDamson ParkB91 2PPSports & Leisure
Solihull Music Service B92 8EJInformation:Solihull Music Service is committed to working in partnership with schools and pupils to assist them in all forms of music making. It also enriches the lives of pupils and the community through the provision of a wide range of music making opportunities.Categories:Teaching, Music lessons, Music Concerts, Rock and Pop Festival, Music Ensembles, Education
Solihull Music ServiceLyndon Music CentreB92 8EJMusic
Solihull NewsSolihull NewsB91 2HBNewspapers
Solihull Observer NewspapersThe Solihull ObserverCV32 4BLNewspapers
Solihull Parents ForumNot ProvidedN/A 
Solihull ParishSt. AlphegeB91 3RQ 
Solihull Parkinson's UK B38 0EQsinging therapy
Solihull Philatelic SocietySolihull Tennis/ Cricket Club PavilionB91 2PFWe meet every Tuesday evening (September - April) please see our website for full programme and time. We have a mixture of guest speakers, member displays, competitions, bring & buy and auctions.We offer an advice service for residents of Solihull who wish to dispose of collections of Stamps, Postcards and early letters etc.
Solihull Ratepayers AssociationThe Shirley CentreB90 3ADPolitical Parties
Solihull Rifle and Pistol ClubField LaneB91 2RTHobbies & Pastimes
Solihull SamaritansStation ApproachB91 1LECaring Services & Support
Solihull SENDIASSans Souci Training CentreB90 4DDDisability (Learning)
Solihull Speakers ClubDowning HallB93 0LEPublic Speakers
Solihull Stamp & Postcard ClubSolihull Tennis / Cricket Club PavilionB91 2PFWe meet on the 2nd Thursday each month (September to April) at 10.00 am for 10.30 start. Those who attend are invited to show up to 16 sheets from their collections to link in with the advertised theme. There is no requirement to display anything, and if you prefer you can listen to the speaker and view the exhibits. We make a charge of £1.50 which includes tea / coffee and biscuits.We offer an advice service for residents of Solihull who wish to dispose of collections of Stamps, Postcards and early letters etc.
Solihull Volunteer Managers ForumNot ProvidedN/AVolunteer Management
SoLO Life Opportunities38 Walnut CloseB37 7PUSoLO Life Opportunities is a charity supporting over 1000 children, young people and adults who all have learning and physical disabilities as well as complex health needs. SoLO provided 28 tailored leisure and social provisions for people with disabilities 7 days a week. SoLO also provides dedicated holiday activities outside term time. SoLO also provides a Personal Assistant Service to support families with 1:1 support. All these projects are supported by a team of 150 staff and 220 dedicated volunteers.
Soroptimist International Solihull and DistrictHoliday Inn, SolihullB91 3QDSoroptimists groups
South Birmingham Photographic SocietyCorner HAMLET ROAD and STRATFORD ROADB28 9BQPhotography
SOVAScala HouseB1 1EQAdvice Agencies
Sova Healthcare23 1 George StreetB74 4YGSova Healthcare provides a large number of specialist health care services to an extensive range of clients across the UK. This ranges from private home care services, to care within established health institutions, and all of which are delivered to the very highest of standards.
Space Station StorageSpace Station StorageB90 4NLIf you need safe and secure storage in Solihull then Space Station is the perfect place for you. Our Solihull store provides storage to both personal and business customers with special rates for students. We have a wide variety of different sized storage units, from 10 sq ft storage lockers perfect for books, laptops & luggage to 300 sq ft storage units ideal for storing furniture. We are conveniently located for customers in Blossomfield, Elmdon Heath, Copt Heath, Olton, Sparkhill & all other locations within a 10 mile radius of the store.
Specrisk, PI Team, ASCFriars GateB90 4BNPlease list under 'Being a Carer and Help to Do it': Moving and Handling Advice Your well-being is important. Carers commonly experience aches and pains as a result of the ‘hands on’ help they give. Why not just check that there isn’t a more comfortable way of giving that help? SMBC Promoting Independence Team is piloting (until Autumn 2016): • A free moving and handling check at home by a People Moving and Handling Specialist. • Advice and demonstration if appropriate so you can make sure you know the safest ways to move and handle. • Moving and handling equipment demonstration, advice and loan to make the task as easy as possible. • Follow up moving and handling support if required. Please contact Barbara Rudston on 0121 709 7082
Spire Parkway HospitalSpire Parkway HospitalB91 2PPSpire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, West Midlands offers a comprehensive range of private hospital services.Bones & JointsCancer servicesMen's HealthWomen's HealthBowel, hernia, haemorrhoidDermatologyENTOphthalmologyPhysiotherapySport InjuriesCosmetic SurgeryPrivate GP
Spotlight Stage School36 Marlborough RoadB37 6NUArts & Culture
Spring Care Services103WR11 4DN

We at Spring Care passionately believe that most people want to stay in their homes for as long as possible. Live-in care provides the highest level of one-to-one support and companionship yet allows you to remain in the comfortable, familiar and secure surroundings of home. Some of the many advantages of live-in care include:

  • Specialist care will be provided to you within the comfort of your home from carers who have a true understanding of your needs.
  • It is proven to improve both health and well-being.
  • A more economical option compared to care homes, especially for couples who are able to stay together.
  • You can continue living life surrounded by your communities and home comforts.

Our live-in care service will give you and your family peace of mind. Whether you require companionship care, personal care, complex care, assistance with household duties, nutrition, medication or support with accessing the community.

Our carers are highly trained and experienced in caring for a range conditions including:

    • Dementia 
    • Stroke
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Cancer
    • End-of-life care
    • Mobility and Frailty

At  Spring Care, we create unique care plans tailored to your specific needs, meaning the services we offer will vary with every individual. We provide specialist care in the comfort of the home and our fully managed service provides you with the assistance you require to safely maintain your independence.

Spring Care is regulated and inspected by the Quality Care Commission.

SSAFA Forces HelpThe HermitageB91 2HJCaring Services & Support
St Bernards Residential Home76 St Bernards RoadB92 7BPResidential Home
St Georges Home116 Marshall Lake RoadB90 4PWResidential Home
St Michaels Home251 Warwick RoadB92 7AHResidential Home
Stagecoach Theatre Arts - SolihullTudor Grange Upper SchoolB91 3PDTheatres
Stapleton Drive25-29 Stapleton DriveB37 5LQResidential Home
Stars Sitting Service Ltd CV34 6XESitting and Support Service for children with special needs and adults with additional needs
Statelycare Limited B6 6LZWe are a Domiciliary Care Provider / Providing care services to individuals within the comfort of their own home.
Step by Step Recovery1ASS3 9BADrug and Alcohol RehabUK-wide Drug and Alcohol AdviceAddiction and Harmful Habits
Stirling Home Care Ltd B37 6BADomiciliary Home Care, Dementia Care,  Respite Care,  Elderly Care, Home Help and Personal Care
Stonham Solihull Services430-432 Chester RoadB36 0LFHousing Support
Stroke AssociationLife After Stroke CentreB61 8RAInformation Advice & Support Service - Solihull This service offers information, advice, emotional and practical support for stroke survivors and their families for up to 12 months post stroke. We work closely with local support groups and organisations which can support in areas such as leisure, returning to work and benefits advice. During our time with service users we identify needs and work together to develop actions that will ensure successful outcomes. Our communications team offer practical tools to help rebuild confidence and develop new ways of communicating. They can also facilitate social support from people in a similar situation where needed.
Sunrise Solihull1 Worcester WayB90 4JXResidential and Nursing Home
Supporting You Services LtdArden CenterB95 6HWSupporting You Services Ltd is committed to delivering high quality care and support services to adults with learning disabilities and older people. We tailor care and support packages to create a truly personal, individual service, assisting the person to lead as independent a life as possible. Ensuring that the person is at the centre of their care is at the core of our company principles.
Swallows Meadow Nursing Home33 Swallows MeadowB90 4PHNursing Home
TechSilverThe Hive, Maudslay BuildingNG1 4BU

From simple to use smartphones and big button landlines, to healthcare management systems and Dementia / Alzheimer's technologies - We've combined only the best products and services with expert knowledge, so all our staff are always happy to help!

Our range of assistive technology products and services help people live independently in their own home for longer, giving independence, safety and security for the individual, and peace of mind for those concerned with their care.Our collection of electronics make it easy to enjoy the benefits using the internet has to offer.

From easy to use tablets and smartphones to helpful home gadgets and accessories, our aim is to help improve daily lifestyle through technology.We work alongside many bodies to help push digital inclusion in their area.

TechSmart681b Warwick RoadB91 3DATech Smart Training is a local business with expertise to support those susceptible to digital exclusion and online vulnerability. We specialise in 121 training & support to educate and familiarise those with very little or no understanding of digital devices and the Internet and even the more tech savvy younger crew who need an extra layer of security whilst online to combat Cyber bullying and online grooming.
The Court of Lady Catherine LevesonThe Masters HouseB93 0ALResidential Home
The Education and Care Qualifications Network Ltd355 Bispham Village Chambers 15FY2 0HJ

Independent End-point Assessment Organisation.

If you are a training provider, Employer or an Apprentice and would like to find out more, Contact the team to discuss your End Point Assessment needs. ECQN are focused on the quality delivery and the service they provide employers and training organisations.

ECQN delivers End Point Assessments across a broad range of apprenticeship standards, the health care industry & Digital Standards. We‘re an independent, end point assessment organisation offering end point assessment throughout the UK.
Employers get to choose which End Point Assessment organisation to use. They might decide based on the company’s reputation, or their trust in the organisation, helping their apprentice to get through the final stages of the apprenticeship.

The Friendly InnGloucester WayB37 5PEResidential Home
The good care group - Live in CareTower BuildingSE1 7NQThe Good Care Group provides a multi award winning care service to your loved ones in the comfort of their own homes. We specialise in providing 24 hour live in care on a permanent or respite basis. We understand that choice, comfort and dignity are essential to happiness; this is why we carefully match our expertly trained live in carers to each and every client, considering their needs and personality. Live in care can be extremely beneficial to those who suffer from complex conditions such as Dementia. Clients who receive live in care by the good care group see an improved quality of life and wellbeing, fewer falls and a reduced decline in function. Our live in carers are experienced and specialise in a range of conditions, ensuring that you’ll receive professional support in the safe and familiar surroundings of your home.
The Grove48 Lode LaneB91 2AEResidential Home
The HolliesChurch RoadB46 2JXResidential Home
The Loftman Company33B930PEInstallers of Loft boarding and flooring, loft conversions, loft ladders and hatches and a range of extra services. Made to measure UPVC loft ladders and raised loft boarding that doesn't void your new build warranty!Improve the value and floorspace of your home, while increasing the efficiency and creating a safer loft access We cover a range of councils local to the west midlands including:Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Herefordshire, Sandwell, Shropshire, Solihull, Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, Telford and Wrekin, Walsall, Warwickshire, Wolverhampton and Worcestershire.
The Money Carer FoundationThe Heath Business & Technical ParkWA7 4QXThe Money Carer Foundation is a national social enterprise that provides a trusted appointeeship service to protect vulnerable adults and to manage their everyday finances in line with our local partnership with the DWP. This involves paying utility bills, care contributions, rent and dealing with a variety of other financial activity on behalf of the client. For more information please visit: ‘Carers Shopping Card’ is a fully managed service that is set up specifically so that carers can access small amounts of money to make every day purchases or to withdraw cash on behalf of the client. For more information visit: and Deputyship Services
The Nurse International Ltd5A New StreetB23 6SDWe are a personnel care company assisting people to be able to stay in their own homes and live as independently as possible with the assistance of carers.
The Pines29 Bishopton CloseB90 4AHResidential Home
The Priory Nursing Home1 Shelley CrescentB90 4XANursing Home
The Royal Star & Garter HomesSolihull HouseB91 3DECare Home OSJWe are a family run domiciliary homecare provider who offer a person centred care approach along with a good continuity of care to meet all of your requirement's. Our specialisms and services include Dementia, learning disabilities, personal care, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, caring for adults under 65yrs, caring for adults over 65yrs.
Three Gates59 Grove RoadB93 0PJResidential Home for adults with a learning disability
Tidbury Green Parish Councilc/o 63 Greswolde RoadB91 1DXTown or Parish Council
Tiger Mobiles15 Queens SquareLS2 8AJ 
Toddler Tennis B28 9ERDo you want to be part of a fast growing child development programme for 2 to 6 year olds? Toddler Tennis is one of the first of its kind. Our programmes are specifically designed to improve agility, balance and coordination through tennis based activities. We create a fun environment for children to develop basic physical, social and mental skills.
Transforming You LtdTransforming U, Heath FarmB47 6AJSpecialist weight management services, either on a 1-1 or group based basis. Using CBT and TA to make firm mind based changes to the rational around self care, dealing with life and so much more. More than a diet. I am also on of the top 20 Cambridge Weight Plan consultants in the UK
Transition Solihull24 Ravenscroft RoadB92 8AHEnvironment
TridentRoom 23, Southside Business CentreB12 8LFHomecare
Trinity Apartments1 Trinity WayB90 3FEExtra Care
TRWS Care Consultant31B37 6BAWe help families find the right care solutions from:* Care at Home* Dementia support* Care Homes * Companionship We provide expert advice, informed decisions and support on what care organisation best suits your needs. We also help individuals and couples find the best retirement living solutions from:* Retirement Villages* Independent Living* Retirement Homes* Downsizing * Home Improvements Categories Care HomesCare AgenciesRetirement Housing Health & Wellbeing
Tuxedo Junction Barbershop ChorusPeterbrook Primary SchoolB90 1HR


Union TheatreJohn Palmer HallB91 3DGDrama
Universal Care ServicesClinton HouseB46 3BP

Homecare providing support to people in their own homes with daily tasks such as personal care, light domestic duties and shopping.

University of the Third Age (Shirley)Shirley Methodist Church HallB90 3ALSocial and support groups
Urban Design Flowers1140B28 8AEFlorist offering same day delivery.
Urban Development Foundation (UDF)111 Wells Green RoadB92 7PQCaring Services & Support
Victim Support, SolihullTS1 Pinewood Business ParkB37 7HG

Victim Support, Support Services

Supporting victims and witnesses.

Please visit our website and apply online if you are interested in volunteering.

The Witness Service provides emotional support and practical information about criminal court proceedings to witnesses and victims of crime (and their family and friends) called to give evidence at Solihull Magistrates' Court.

Visually Impaired People's Support GroupChelmsley Wood LibraryB37 5TAVisual Impairment support
Voice UK100-106 Kelvin HouseDE24 8UPSupport Services
Wagstaff Way (Autism West Midlands)3 Wagstaff WayB37 7GWResidential Home
War Research Society (Battlefield Tours)27 Courtway AveB14 4PPMilitary History
Warwick Natural History SocietyNot ProvidedN/AConservation groups
Warwickshire Beekeepers AssociationSolihull Methodist HallB91 1LG

We promote:

  • the importanceof bees in the environment
  • support forlocal beekeepers through education necessary to maintain healthycolonies of honey bees
  • awareness of thecraft of beekeeping

Warwickshire Rural Community CouncilWarwickshire Enterprise ParkCV35 9EFEnvironment
Wednesday Walking GroupNot ProvidedN/AWalking
West Birmingham Walking GroupQuinborne Community CentreB32 2TWWalking
West Midlands Bridge Club909B91 3EPLocal community clubs and organisations
West Midlands Home Based CareBritannic HouseB24 9AAHomecare
West Midlands Lupus Group8 Legge LaneWV14 8RQLupus
West Midlands Special Needs Transport80 Park RoadB6 5PLGetting around
West Midlands Tourettes Action Support GroupHowat RoadCV7 8JPHealth support groups
West Midlands WoodturnersWater Orton Junior SchoolB46 1SBWoodturning
White Ribbon Association341 Tanworth LaneB90 4DUVolunteering
Widney Dog Training ClubMoseley Cricket ClubB90 3PEDog Training
Widows United12 Derwent CourtB92 7BUBereavement Support
Willow Grange119 St Bernards RoadB92 7DHResidential Home
Windward Way170-174 Windward WayB36 0SPResidential Home
Wizzleworld Dramatics CIC41 Elmdon Park RoadB92 9HB 
WMOCD - West Midlands OCD Support GroupCarrs Lane Church Centre (Margaret Rowland Room)B4 7SX

Wobblers & Wheelies Sports Club for the DisabledFox Hollies Leisure CentreB27 7NSDisabled People
Wooden Spoon86 Hay LaneB90 4EQChildren
Woodland ViewPriory Woodland ViewCV7 7HZWoodland View is a 31-bedded rehabilitation and recovery service for males requiring a positive environment to stabilise the symptoms of mental illness, and develop positive self-management and independent skills for a successful discharge into the community.
WorthunlimitedThe HubB36 8REEmployment Support
Wythall Animal SanctuaryMiddle LaneB38 0DUAnimal rescue centres
XS Urban Sport78 Cropthorne RoadB90 3JNSports and Leisure
Xstream (at the Bridge, Shirley234 Stratford RoadB90 3AGYoung People
Ye Olde Knowle Bowling ClubGrange RoadB93 8QABowling sports and games
Yin and Yang of AgeingBentley Heath,Widney Road & John Palmer HallB91 3PXHolistic Medicine
Yorkminster Drive1 Yorkminster DriveB37 7UGResidential Home
Young Enterprise West MidlandsPeterley HouseOX4 2PZYoung People
Young Epilepsy25 Landor RoadB93 9HZHealth (Physical)
Young Generations30 Burton Park RoadB36 0TWSports and Leisure