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  1. Sefton Council Parents/Carers Support Workshops for Support During Lockdown

    Published: 22 January 2021
    Dates/ topics Tuesday   2nd February 2021    -  Learning in Lockdown         Thursday 11th February 2021   -   Messy and Sensory Play  Tuesday   23rd February 2021   -  Routines & Coping with Change Thursday 11th March 2021       -   Mood Movers for you and your child Tuesday  16th…
  2. Andy talks about his life with Mental Health Problems and Autism in this inspiring video

    Published: 20 January 2021
    Andy gives an insight into what has helped him with his mental health as an Autistic person. Andy has set up an amazing online community called Spectrum Gaming. A friendly and accepting community for autistic people who have a shared passion for gaming.  …
  3. Longer opening hours will make it easier for Sefton’s key workers and carers to get tested

    Published: 18 January 2021
    Covid SMART test site staff in Sefton From Wednesday 20th January, Sefton Council is extending the opening hours of its three SMART coronavirus test sites to 8am to 8pm. SMART coronavirus testing for people with NO symptoms is now focused on key workers and those…
  4. Lockdown means SMART testing for people with NO coronavirus symptoms now focused on key workers who HAVE to go out to work.

    Published: 15 January 2021
    Because the Government’s latest regulations say that people in England must ‘stay at home’ except for essential purposes, only key workers and those with caring commitments during the lockdown should now go for a SMART test. This includes people who work in supermarkets or those shops that…
  5. Public Health leaders urging public to stay at home, to fight COVID and reduce extreme pressure on hospitals

    Published: 12 January 2021
    Sefton Council’s Director of Public Health Margaret Jones has joined her colleagues across the region to urge people to follow by the latest lockdown rules and stay at home. The plea from Directors of Public Health, who are leading the local public health response to…
  6. Universal Services Guide

    Published: 08 December 2020
    The Universal Services Guide has been produced for families and individuals who want to find out about and access services that will support them.  The guide is split into age ranges; however information in earlier or later age sections may be useful. The Sefton Directory has…
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