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  • Liverpool City Council Fostering Service

    We currently have over 1400 looked after children in Liverpool and we're looking for more foster carers to make a difference to a local child's future.  If you have a warm heart, the time and passion to devote to turning a local child’s life around,…
  • Jungle Fun's SENsory Night

    Third Tuesday of every month
    Jungle Fun's SENsory night offers exclusive use of our venue for children with Sen and their families, which takes place on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Away from the hustle and bustle of our opening times you and your family can relax whilst your children go wild in our…
  • Paediatric Dietetics

    What do we do? Dietitians are involved in supporting children with a wide variety of childhood conditions helping them achieve their potential for growth and development through nutrition support and dietary change. There are a wide variety of diseases and conditions that may require referral…
  • Liverpool Parents' Interest Group

    Support group run by parents for parents or carers of children with Autism, ADHD and related conditions. No charge, and no diagnosis necessary, and no need to book - just come along, and bring a friend if you want to! Younger children are welcome -…
  • Myerscough College

    Myerscough College prides itself on its inclusive and supportive culture and ethos. Our vision is “to provide opportunities for all to succeed”. All students with learning difficulties and disabilities are fully integrated into the Myerscough College community. Ofsted has recognised Myerscough as an “Outstanding College”…
  • St Margaret's Church of England Academy

    It is intended that education at St Margaret’s should be both life-lasting and life-enhancing. Our mission statement focuses on the work and the life of the school which takes place in an orderly atmosphere where self-discipline, mutual respect and the welfare of each individual is…
  • Coram Voice

    Information for Children’s and Young Peoples Advocacy Providers Coram Voice has been commissioned by the Department for Education to provide the National Advocacy ‘Safety Net’ and Advice Service for children in and leaving care. This service called Always Heard will deliver the following key service…
  • 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…
  • StedyChefs Learning Centre

    Here at StedyChefs, we currently run Hospitality and Catering courses for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. We work together with our students to ensure that we are helping them, not just to reach goals but to also build confidence and help to empower the…
  • Citizens Advice Walton

    We offer free, confidential, independent and non judgmental advice and information on benefits, debt, employment, housing and a wide range of issues to people living or working in North Liverpool. The service is delivered to clients through face-to-face drop in sessions; through telephone advice and…