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  1. ACCESS Liverpool - Accessible Homes

    Accessible homes Access Liverpool is a partnership between the council and the city’s registered social landlords which provides properties specifically designed or built for disabled people. These properties may have been adapted around the needs of a previous tenant who was disabled and may be a flat,…
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    The Brain Charity

    The Brain Charity is a local organisation that provides practical help, emotional support and social activities to anyone living with a neurological condition and to their family, friends and carers. There are more than 600 different neurological conditions in existence – from well-known ones like…
  3. 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…
  4. Merseyside Play Action Council (MPAC)

    Merseyside Play Action Council – MPAC – has been developing play in Liverpool and Merseyside since 1974. We provide year-round advocacy, support and advice for charities, organisations and community groups delivering activities for children and young people. We are the one-stop shop for groups to gain support, advice…
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    Children's Occupational Therapy Liverpool City Council

    The Children’s Occupational Therapy (OT) service is an integrated citywide specialist service in Liverpool. It aims to address the needs of children/young people who have difficulties managing their activities of daily living and developing functional skills such as bathing, showering, toileting, dressing, eating; we call…
  6. Making a Referral (ITT)

    How can we apply/make a referral?  A parent, teacher, tutor or anyone who works with or cares for a young person who may benefit from travel training, can make a referral. The young person must already qualify for free home to school transport due to their special educational…
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    Sensory Service

    ‘The Sensory Service provides support for those with either a Vision Impairment or a Hearing Impairment and their families.  The Sensory Service is an Educational Service which support hearing impaired and visually impaired children and young people aged 0 to 25.  Where possible schools and…
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    YPAS - Parental Support

    YPAS offer a range of support programmes, courses and coffee events for parents and carers.     The Incredible Years Programme (IY) This Parenting Programme focuses on strengthening parenting competencies and fostering parent involvement in children’s experiences, to promote their social and emotional skills and…
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    Virtual School Liverpool

    Virtual School Liverpool has responsibility for ensuring that Liverpool City Council delivers its statutory requirements as a corporate parent, in the promotion of the educational attainmnent of the city's Looked After Children (LAC) wherever they are located. Virtual School Liverpool provides advocacy support and early intervention…
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    SENISS

    The Special Educational Needs Inclusion Support Service Click on a heading to expand the list