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  • Springwood Heath Outreach Service

    Springwood Heath Outreach Service offers a wide range of training and support for children / young people with physical disabilities or significant medical needs. Our aim is to support and promote inclusive education of children and young people with a physical impairment and/or medical need.…
  • Sports and Activities for the Visually Impaired (SAVI)

    Tuesday 6pm-8pm
    Inclusive sports for blind and partially sighted people often have an able-bodied equivalent such as tennis and blind tennis. Generally they work on the same principles with a few adapted rules. For certain activities adapted equipment is required such as audible balls or guide ropes…
  • Wheelchair Handball

    Wednesday's 7-8pm
    Handball at Greenbank Sports Academy is played indoors. It is a team sport for seven players per side which can be played by wheelchair users or as a running game. The aim of the game is to throw a ball into the goal of the…
  • Special iApps C.I.C.

    Special iApps is a social enterprise who develop educational apps for children with special educational needs, including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, hearing impairment and other learning disabilities. The apps allow children to develop their speech, pronunciation, word recognition, numeracy skills, fine motor skills and…
  • Power Hockey

    Tuesday 5 - 6pm
    Power Hockey is a hockey game that young electric wheelchair users can play which has been developed by Greenbank Sports Academy over the past 10 years. Children play the game with their non-disabled friends, coaches and siblings and often, because disabled children use an electric…
  • PHAB Liverpool

    Our organisation was founded in 2008 and we cater for disabled people. Our organisation is affiliated to Phab Ltd and we form a network of more than 150 Phab Clubs across England & Wales. The founding members of Phab Liverpool all have more than 25…
  • National Autistic Society's Parent to Parent Service

     Parent to Parent is the National Autistic Society's award winning UK wide confidential emotional support service, provided over the phone by trained volunteers, who are all parents of autistic children and adults. The volunteers are based across the whole of the UK, which means that there…
  • Multi Sports

    The club is open to everybody but especially caters for people with a learning disability or autism who are aged 16+. The club offers coaching in Football, Basketball, Rebound Therapy, Hockey, Tag Rugby, Boccia, Handball, plus lots more.
  • Liverpool CAAT

    The CAAT Team offers a range of assessment services to support communication and learning through the use of Assistive Technology and Alternative, Augmentative communication systems for learners with communication and physical disabilities. There must be a commitment that the child /young person’s school and parents…
  • Special Needs Today

    Launched in December 2018, Special Needs Today is by parent, for parents and aims to be a one stop shop carrying information which will help parents and carers of children who have special needs on their lifelong journey. The site includes information on medical conditions…