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  • ADHD Foundation

      About us We work in partnership with individuals, families, doctors, teachers and other agencies to improve  emotional well being, educational attainment, behaviour and life chances through better understanding and self management of ADHD, ASD, Tourette’s Syndrome and associated conditions.  The Foundation also works with…
  • Book Lending Library

    Offers a wide range of quality books including dual language books for your child to borrow and take home for FREE for up to 1 week. Enjoy sharing books together  
  • Short Breaks @ Derwen

    Short Breaks at Derwen offer young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities aged 18 years upwards the opportunity to enjoy a break at Derwen.   You can take part in a range of activities and trips, as well as making use of the campus facilities.…
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    Derwen College

    Awarded ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted at three consecutive inspections, Derwen College provides a rich learning environment for young people with many conditions, including learning and physical disabilities, ASD, medical needs and behaviours of concern. The main campus is located in a village setting near Oswestry with…
  • Prince's Trust Team Programme - Run by Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service

      The Prince’s Trust Team Programme is an exciting 12 week development course run by Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service for young people aged 16-25 who are not in employment, education or training.    The course is designed to equip learners with the skills they…
  • MYA - Noise project

    We offer the following Youth Music activities for young people aged 11-25:   Learn, Create, Record – one-to-one music tuition and artistic mentoring sessions. (Guitar, Voice, Piano, Drums, Music production.)   Turn On, Tune Up – group development sessions covering songwriting, musical arrangement and studio skills.   Noise…
  • Adult Learning - Liverpool

    Liverpool City Council's Adult Learning Service offers a range of courses, information, advice and support if you are: looking for work and need a qualification to help you get a job thinking about getting back to work and need help and advice about your next…
  • Myerscough College

    Myerscough College prides itself on its inclusive and supportive culture and ethos. Our vision is “to provide opportunities for all to succeed”. All students with learning difficulties and disabilities are fully integrated into the Myerscough College community. Ofsted has recognised Myerscough as an “Outstanding College”…
  • Coram Voice

    Information for Children’s and Young Peoples Advocacy Providers Coram Voice has been commissioned by the Department for Education to provide the National Advocacy ‘Safety Net’ and Advice Service for children in and leaving care. This service called Always Heard will deliver the following key service…
  • DaDaFest

    DaDaFest is a disability and D/deaf arts organisation based in Liverpool that was first established in 1984.  The organisation provides creative opportunities for young disabled and D/deaf people* under the age of 30 to develop skills, increase confidence and have fun. Whether you are a…