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    Wargrave House School

    Wargrave House is a non-maintained residential special school and college for children and young people aged 5-25 years, diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder. We can offer a multidisciplinary and holistic approach towards education and care which centres on social, communication and flexible thinking approaches. We…
  • Sense Children's Specialist Services

    Sense is a national charity that supports and campaigns for children and adults who are deafblind.  We provide tailored support, advice and information as well as specialist services to all deafblind people, their families, carers and professionals who work with them.  In addition, we support…
  • Toddler Session - Jungle Fun

    Every Tuesday
    An art and craft session for toddlers in Jungle Fun.  Subjects change every week, from masking mask, animal fact painting sheets, hat decoration and lots more!!
  • Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

    The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation’s mission is “to defeat lung cancer” and this strategy outlines our five year plan in working towards achieving this. In order for the Foundation to continue its vital work, which has a worldwide reputation, we need to increase our…
  • SPLICE Harthill

    Supports young people with disabilities to access local youth centres.  Programme runs for 12 weeks and can include Sport, Art and Music.  Young People are consultated around what activities that they would like to include.    
  • SPLICE Riverside

    Supports young people with disabilities to access local youth centres.  Programme runs for 12 weeks and can include Sport, Art and Music.  Young People are consultated around what activities that they would like to include.
  • Rehab 4 Addiction

    Rehab 4 Addiction offers a free drug and alcohol advice helpline for people living in Liverpool and the surrounding areas. We assist people suffering from addiction to illicit and legal drugs, as well for people suffering from behavioural addictions such as gambling and gaming.
  • Meet me at the Museum

    Meet me at the museum sessions are held four times every month in rotation, on Fridays, 11am-1pm at the following museums and art galleries:Sudley House, Mossley Hill. - Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight. - Museum of Liverpool, Pier Head, Liverpool Waterfront. - and the World Museum, William Brown Street, Liverpool.
    Meet Me at the Museum is a free, dementia-friendly drop-in event for older people to come along to the museum or gallery for a nostalgic look back. The events are a way of using nostalgic objects to start conversations, share memories and enjoy each other’s…
  • SPLICE Clubmoor

    Working with young people with disabilities to support them to access the centre.  Programme runs on a 12 weekly plan and young people are regularly consultated around what they would like to do during sessions.
  • Transition Team - Liverpool

    Liverpool City Council Adult Services are currently working with our colleagues in Children's Services, Education, Health, Schools and Colleges to develop a revised pathway to adulthood for young people who are in transition. We are seeking to deliver, with our partnership agencies, a co-ordinated multi agency…