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  • HemiHelp

    HemiHelp is a charity providing support and information to people with hemiplegia and their families in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Hemiplegia is a neurological condition the effects of which are similar to a stroke. It is caused by damage to the brain and it results…
  • IPSEA (Independent Parental Special Education Advice)

    Independent free legally based advice for parents of children with special educaitonal needs from 0 to 25yrs.
  • Life Rooms

    Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust has breathed new life into the former Walton Library by transforming it into a new centre for learning, recovery, health and wellbeing. As one of the UK’s leading mental health trusts, Mersey Care have extensively refurbished the interior and preserved the…
  • Liverpool CAMHS Single Point of Access – Liverpool CAMHS

    If you are looking for support for yourself or somebody you know; or you are a member of the workforce and are unsure who is best placed to support their needs, then you can access the Liverpool CAMHS Single Point of Access.  Once assessed, referrals are…
  • Liverpool Law Clinic - University of Liverpool

    FOR PARENTS AND CARERS OF A CHILD WITH A DISABILITY OR ILLNESS Parents and carers of children with disabilities or illnesses can have difficulty accessing legal advice and often have a particular range of legal needs. We can offer a one off appointment with our…
  • Sensory Service

    The Sensory Service provides support for those with either a Vision Impairment or a Hearing Impairment   Visually impaired children and their families are supported by the Sensory Service.  The Sensory Service is an Education Service which supports hearing impaired and visually impaired children and…
  • Anti-bullying and anti-homophobic bullying strategies

    Following consultation with children, young people, parents and carers the Liverpool Children’s Services anti-bullying strategy has been refreshed in line with current guidance from the Department for Education. Liverpool City Council is committed to providing safe environments for children and young people where they develop…
  • DaDaFest

    DaDaFest is a disability and D/deaf arts organisation based in Liverpool that was first established in 1984.  The organisation provides creative opportunities for young disabled and D/deaf people* under the age of 30 to develop skills, increase confidence and have fun. Whether you are a…
  • Diabetes

    What do we do? Alder hey hospital children’s diabetes team is made up of a variety of people who will work to help you learn all about coping with diabetes as part of your daily lives. Each team member has a specialist role, but many…
  • Funs for Everyone

    Friday's 5pm-6pm
    Funs for Everyone is the market leading Fundamental Movement Skills programme. It is unique in that it is a progressive programme designed to include, challenge and support the fundamental movement skills – balance, coordination and agility – at all ages, stages and abilities. The club…