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  1. B.I.B.I.C.

    Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm
    BIBIC is a national charity offering practical help to families caring for children with conditions like Autism, Aspergers, Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, Developmental Delay, Brain Injury, and specific learning difficulties like ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia. We specialise in understanding the causes of challenging behaviour and…
    Old Kelways,Somerton RoadLangportSomersetTA10 9SJ
  2. CAF - Common Assessment Framework Service has Local Offer

    The Common Assessment Framework (CAF) is a key part of delivering front-line services that are integrated and focused around the needs of children and young people. It is a standardised approach used by practitioners to assess children's additional needs and decide how these should be…
    Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council, St. Peters HouseBalliol RoadBootleL20 3AB
  3. Clumber Lodge Care Home for Children & Young People

    Clumber Care is a warm, welcoming and safe family environment, where dedicated, experienced qualified staff provide the best care for vulnerable, traumatised and disadvantaged children and young people of all ages and abilities, who have been assessed as needing the positive experiences and therapy that…
    Clumber Lodge88 Victoria RoadFormbyMerseysideL37 1LP
  4. Daisy Birthing Classes Southport & Formby

    A weekly antenatal class for all those who are pregnant to help you enjoy pregnancy, stay mobile, learn about your changing baby and body and prepare for a confident birth. Our unique Active Antenatal method draws on elements of active birth, pregnancy yoga, hypnobirthing and antenatal…
    Liverpool Road Methodist ChurchLiverpool RoadSouthportPR8 4PD
  5. Kinderworld Playbarn Soft Play Centre

    Availability Comments:Saturday morning 9.30am-11.00am
    The Playbarn is a wonderful indoor soft play area for children to enjoy fun sessions. We have a café serving lots of variety food choices for you and your child including hot and cold drinks. Based within Kinderworld nursery. Parent and toddler groups help children…
    Kinder World,169 Bispham RoadSouthportMerseysidePR9 7BL
  6. Merseyside Society for Deaf People (MSDP)

    Shakespeare Centre, Social Services, Unit B, Shakespeare Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 5AB (tel 0151 934 3737, text 07564935071, fax 0151 934 3739) (Open Tues 09:30 - 12:00) Text 07564935071
    Merseyside Society for Deaf People offers Support Services across Merseyside to D/deaf, Deafened, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing People. We also support people with additional needs, aiming to promote and encourage independence and independent living supporting our clients to overcome everyday barriers in society.…
    396Queens DriveLiverpoolL13 0DJ
  7. Merseyside Society for Deaf People (MSDP) - British Sign Language Training

    Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm Courses also run outside these hours
    Merseyside Society for Deaf People (MSDP) exists to support, promote and advance the quality of life for all deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing people.  Services are delivered from two centres in Liverpool and Wirral and surgeries are held in other geographical locations. The Society…
    Merseyside Society for Deaf People396 Queens Drive Retail ParkWest DerbyLiverpoolMerseysideL13 0DJ
    Sefton/Liverpool clients: 0151 228 0888 Sefton/Liverpool clients: 0151 228 0888 Wirral clients: 0151 649 8194 Wirral clients: 0151 649 8194 EmailWebsite Save to Shortlist
  8. NAS Transitions England

    This section contains advice about strategies and support that can help during key life transitions – starting or changing school, leaving school, and starting or leaving college or university. For more information, select from the menu above or the guide links below.  Starting or switching…
    391-393 City RoadLondonEC1V 1NG
  9. National Autistic Society

    Monday-Friday, 10 a.m - 6 p.m.
    The National Autistic Society is the UK’s leading charity for people affected by autism. We were founded in 1962, by a group of parents who were passionate about ensuring a better future for their children. Today we have over 19,000 members, over 90 branches and…
    National Autistic Society,293-395 City RoadLondonEC1V 1NG
  10. Partially Sighted Society

    First Thursday in the month at 2:00pm
    The Partially Sighted Society is a registered charity that was formed in 1971 to provide high quality information, advice, support, training, equipment and clear print material for the benefit of people with a visual impairment to help them make the best possible use of their…
    The Partially Sighted Society1 BennetthorpeDoncasterDN2 6AA
  11. The Patients Association

    Monday - Friday 9.30am - 5.30pm
    The Patient’s Association is the national non-disease specific helpline for anyone trying to navigate the often, complex health and social care systems in the UK. The helpline service is free and confidential. The practical information and guidance the helpline gives can include: - access to…
  12. People First Merseyside

    We are a membership organisation led by and for people with a learning disability.  Our mission is to help people with learning disabilities to speak out, be respected and live active, healthy and happy lives. Anyone with a learning disability who lives on Merseyside can join…
    3rd Floor, The Investment Centre,375 Stanley RoadBootleMerseysideL20 3EF
  13. Percy Bilton Charity

    Charitable organisations assisting disadvantaged youth, people with disabilities and older people may apply for grants towards furnishings and equipment (excluding office items), building or refurbishment projects.  Social Workers, Community Psychiatric Nurses and Occupational Therapists may apply on the behalf of individuals in financial need who…
    Percy Bilton House,7 Culmington RoadEalingLondonW13 9NB
  14. Personal Health Budget Service has Local Offer

    The right to a personal health budget is currently only available to those children and young people who are eligible for NHS Continuing Care (up to 18) and NHS Continuing Health Care (19-25). This will be a small number of children and young people who…
  15. Portage Service - Sefton Council Service has Local Offer

    Portage is a service for young children with SEN or disabilities aged 0-3 years. Portage Adviser's model effective interventions to those who know the child best, working directly with young children usually in the child’s home and, where appropriate, their early years setting. Portage offers:…
    Sefton Professional Development Centre, 225Park RoadFormbyLiverpoolL37 6EW
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