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  • ADDers.org ADD/ADHD Information Online

    ADDers.org provides comprehensive information on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and related conditions. This includes listings of support groups around the UK and World-Wide. ADDers.org has been an ADD/ADHD information provider online since 1998.
  • ACE at the Movies - Woolton Cinema Fridays

    every Friday 10.30 am
    Every Friday ACE take over the running of Woolton Picture House. It gives paid and voluntary employment to the people that we support. We put on an autism friendly showing that is also a great social weekly event attended by over a hundred people. If…
  • Jungle Fun Disability Night

    Third Tuesday of every month
    Jungle Funs Disability night offers exlusive use of our venue for children with disabilities and their families. Away from the hustle and bustle of our opening times you and your family can relax whilst your children go wild in our two storey play area with no height restrictions. We have a…
  • LEGO┬« based therapy programmes

    ASC Inclusion LEGO® based therapy specialists. Programme available across Liverpool. Highly experienced and trained professionals deliver programmes.   Your child will develop core social skills such as-   ·       Collaboration ·       Communication ·       Compromise ·       Turn taking ·       Conflict resolution ·       Joint focus and attention ·      …
  • 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…
  • Autism Initiatives

    Autism Initiatives  provides a range of person centred autism specific services throughout the UK. The charity provides services to children and adults, and encompasses education, residential , short breaks, supported living,  outreach, community resource centres, 'day' services, and social enterprises for employment training and expereince. Autism…
  • Cerebral Palsy United Football Club

    Cerebral Palsy United FC is a new CP Specific football club in the North West which has been formed to provide opportunities and playing provision for participants in an inclusive environment.  Anyone with Cerebral Palsy and/or acquired brain injury and wants to play football can join.   We…
  • 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…
  • 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…
  • Activity afternoons

    Friday Afternoons 1pm-3pm
    St Vincent's School offers a wide range of opportunities,including dance therapy, ceramics, sports and swimming sessions each Friday afternoon. Activities are suitable for all ages and abilities. Suitable for visually impaired childen Please contact school for further details