A: TWR, we feel, provides Birmingham and Solihull citizens with the best access route to both local and national services in the UK. Through a minimum number of clicks you can find the right services to meet your needs with the services being available within 24 Life Domain areas. TWR makes it easy to link directly to appropriate websites or even call organisations directly straight from your phone or by Skype on your PC.
A: We can make the resource keys available at a very reasonable cost to you and your organisation. If you want us to send you the options for purchasing the keys and the posters then please email us
A: Some smart devices have a QR reader already built into the camera such as the iPhones with the latest updates. If however you are having trouble finding a QR reader, please check out our easy to follow steps as set out in our video online
A: You can use the search tool on TWR, but if you can’t find the service you need you may want to try looking at other online directories. We have made this simple for you. Just go to the "General" section and look for the other databases held in there. It might also be the fact that we haven't heard about the service type you are looking for. We work hard to keep TWR as relevant and up to date as possible but there will always be some services we may not know about. If you want to tell us about a service you would like adding to TWR then just go to “Add A Service” and fill in the blanks.
A: Absolutely! TWR has been designed so that you can share services through social media as well as share it with your friends by text or by email. Check out our short video
A: Yes - TWR translates to over 80 languages making it highly accessible across all communities. Check out our short video
A: We use some data, the data we record helps us with the development of the website and supports the improvement local services. All the data is anonymous, for more information please check out our privacy policies
A: There is no charge for using TWR, however some of the services within TWR may charge a fee for their service if you choose to actively engage with them.
A: TWR is reviewed on a regular basis. We do appreciate that on the odd occasion a link may not, if this occurs please let us know via our feedback page.
A: You can add a service to TWR by clicking Add a service our senior administrator will review the service before deciding whether the service is appropriate for inclusion. The final decision is solely down to the discretion of the TWR developers.
A: Yes. You can access TWR in any country, but the services highlighted are UK based Birmingham and Solihull services. A few national support services have also been made available.
A: TWR is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week but you will need to check each services website for their individual opening times.
A: TWR is mobile friendly and works on the vast majority of smart technologies from 2009.
A: You will be able to give your feedback via our feedback page, your feedback can be given anonymously but if you want us to get back in touch, you will need to leave your name and email address.
A: Common Unity.
A: Email us here
A: TWR can be developed anywhere if the funding can be identified to make it happen. There are some national services though that may still be of use to you if you live outside Birmingham and Solihull
A: No, TWR and its platform is exclusively registered with the developers being Common Unity.
A: Yes, TWR is a directory for everyone. Need to offer a direct link to your clints or customers? Then why not add the widget to your website?
A: We have added a link in the header & footer of our contact page, but alternatively you can click here to be linked to TWR contact.
A: Before making use of any of the services advertised on The Waiting Room, it is advised that you satisfy yourself of an organisation’s suitability. If a professional supporting you e.g. Doctor, or a Support Worker, suggest services to you, it is recommended that you satisfy yourself of an organisation’s suitability before making use of the services offered. The developers of The Waiting Room do not endorse any service highlighted. To know more about this, please read our Disclaimer by clicking here