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  1. Working Families

    Working Families is the UK’s leading work life balance organisation. The charity helps working parents and carers and their employers find a better balance between responsibilities at home and work. Free Helpline 0300 012 0312 or use our online advice form  The  telephone helpline is…
  2. SUDEP Action

    SUDEP Action is dedicated to raising awareness of epilepsy risks and tackling epilepsy deaths including Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy. We are the only UK charity specialised in supporting and involving people bereaved by epilepsy. We provide: Support to individuals who have been affected by an epilepsy…
  3. Niemann-Pick UK

    “Niemann-Pick” is a term for a group of diseases which affect the body’s chemical make up and which are caused by specific genetic faults. Our aim is to make a positive difference to families affected by the disease through the provision of Care, Information and…
  4. IA (Ileostomy & Internal Pouch Association)

    IA is a registered charity offering vital support to people living with an ileostomy or an internal pouch, their families, friends and carers. Our primary aim is to help people return to a full and active life as soon as possible after surgery. As the…
  5. Encephalitis Society

    Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain. Anyone at any age can get encephalitis. The inflammation is caused either by an infection invading the brain (infectious encephalitis) or through the immune system attacking the brain in error (post-infectious or autoimmune encephalitis).  The Encephalitis Society provides support…
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    Children and Young People's Continuing Care Service

    The Children and Young People's Continuing Care service follow the National Framework for Children and Young People's Continuing Care (2016).  The Framework provides guidance to determine if a child or young person's health needs require support, over what can be provided by the routinely or specialist commissioned…
  7. The Brain Charity - carers advocacy service

    The Brain Charity delivers the carers advocacy service for residents who live within the boundaries of Liverpool City Council   The Brain Charity carers advocacy service offers free, independent, professional support for adult carers. Advocates are available to assist carers to access a range of personalised…
  8. Adaption and Housing Info

    Adaptations: Disabled Facilities Grant (DFG) is a central government grant and is non-means-tested for children and young people under 18 years of age.  These type of adaptations include, level access showers, wheelchair access in/out of the property, ground floor bedroom and bathroom facilities, ceiling-track hoisting,…
  9. Team Oasis Inclusive Activities For Babies, Toddlers, Children, Young People and Young Adults

    For More Information about our activities including Parent Toddler Groups, Football, Dance, Drama, Music Production, Film-making, Guitar Classes, Drumming Sessions, Photography, Duke of Edinburgh Awards, Allied Dancing Association Grades, Young Liverpool, Multi-Sports, Silverback Kudo, Introduction To Boxing, After School Clubs, FREE FOOD STALL, Camping, Day…
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    Stoneycroft SWAN Support Group- SUPPORT WITH ADDITIONAL NEEDS

    Tuesday 1pm-2pm: If you have a child with additional needs come along to a safe and stimulating environment. Parents and carers can receive guidance from our experienced team and other specialist agencies. Your children can enjoy activities and you can meet new friends (Drop In).…