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  • Levels of Need - Liverpool

    In Liverpool we have developed a Levels of Need Framework to support practitioners to work together to promote children’s welfare and provide early help. The ‘windscreen’ model illustrated below is used to assist in assessing and identifying a child/young person’s level of need; what type…
  • Just ONE

    As a local, person centred company; based in Liverpool since 2004, we fully understand the needs of our neighbours. We always put you at the centre of your care.  We’ll support and empower you to take control over your own care. We have vast experience…
  • Compass Counselling

    Compass is a registered charity and one of the few independent providers of counselling for people over the age of eighteen in Merseyside. Compass has a reputation of providing high quality counselling and teaching/training programmes.  
  • Creative Support Liverpool

    Creative Support is a high quality provider of person centred social care services for people with learning disabilities, mental health and other needs. To support our service users we provide a range of services to meet their differing needs, including supported living, supported housing, residential…
  • Disability Football

    Liverpool County Football Association deliver inclusive sessions for disabled people aged 12+. This includes fun/recreational football sessions and competitive football tournaments. Sessions are spread across Merseyside and all sessions are free.   10am – 9pm   Please contact us for more information      …
  • I Need Help Young Persons Helpline Aged 13 - 25

    Need someone to listen to you?  At times we all do.  I Need Help helpline is a FREE telephone helpline for young people aged 13-25 years old. 0800 141 2055.   I Need Help is here to listen, perhaps when all other routes, such as…
  • LHT Beattheboredom.co.uk

    A website of services offering information on activities for young people At LHT we aim to provide information on a range of free and open access activities for the residents living in our homes and communities. We work with a range of partners across Merseyside…
  • Cycling

    Wednesday's 10am-12pm, Saturday's 10am-2pm
    The cycling club gives disabled people, their family and friends the oppotunity to cycle together in Sefton Park. A variety of bikes are available for participants and are suitable for people with a range of disabilities. Places must be booked in advance.
  • Addvanced Solutions

    Weekly drop-in supportgroup that runs from the Children’s Centre from 9.30-12.30.  For families living with Neurodevelopment conditions.  We support families, pre, during and post diagnosis to find the answers for themselves empowering them to make the necessary changes to improve their lives and the lives…
  • Addvanced Solutions Community Network – Liverpool CAMHS and Neurodevelopmetal Pathway

    ADDvanced Solutions Community Network provides community-based, open access, pre, during and post diagnosis learning, coaching, mentoring, health and wellbeing activities and groups for children and young people living with a Neurodevelopmental condition including ASD, ADHD, Sensory Processing Difficulties, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Fragile X, Irlens,…