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Liverpool Parent and Carers - LivPaC

Who we are: -

Liverpool Parent and Carers Forum (LivPaC) is a group of parents and carers of children and young people with special additional needs and/or disabilities (SEND) who work with education, health and care services to ensure the services they plan and deliver are fit for purpose and meet the needs of children, young people and their families across Liverpool.  We have a Steering Group of parent and carer volunteers who lead this work and who actively seek out the experiences and views of parents and carers across Liverpool to make sure we know what is important to them.  We aim to give parents and carers a collective voice and use our experience, knowledge and feedback from families to help commissioners and providers plan and develop the quality, range and accessibility of services families use.

 

What we do: -

Through our participation and co-production, we are working to create a culture across all services which places the needs of families at the centre of the decision making.

 

We Aim to:

  • empower parents/carers to have a voice
  • give information
  • be a collective voice for as many families as possible across Liverpool by providing a forum for views to help develop services
  • work in partnership with service providers
  • be supportive and accessible to all families across Liverpool
  • provides examples of good practice
  • provide informal support
  • encourage and promote inclusive attitudes and practice

 

''Alone we can do so little, but together we can do so much''

 

TO VIEW UPCOMING SESSIONS PLEASE SEE BELOW

 

  LivPaC Meetings 2020

 

All our coffee morning and evenings have been cancelled due to the Coronavirus - We are holding Virtual Coffee Sessions, three times a week.

Tuesday 14th July                    -       Coffee Morning 10am - 12noon     ASD Trainers and SENIS Team

Thursday 16th July                  -       Coffee Evening  6pm  - 8pm           Local Authority, Health and Social Care

Sunday 19th July                     -       Coffee Morning  10am  - 12noon    SENDIASS

Tuesday 21st July                    -       Coffee Morning  10am - 12noon     SaLt from Alder Hey

Thursday 23rd July                  -      Coffee Evening     6pm  - 8pm  

Tuesday 28th July                    -     Coffee Morning   10am - 12noon      Local Authority, Health and Social Care

 

 Our Virtual Coffee Sessions our jointly held with our friends from The Isabella Trust

If families would like to book a place then they will need to email us at livpac@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

Please note that any that have a * next to them, you will need to book on, email livpac@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               

 

DCLP         Dingle Community Learning Programme  (South Liverpool)

 

LivPaC

c/o DCLP, 5 Shelmore Drive,

Dingle,  Liverpool

L8 4YL

 

*** Please note that the training that we have on offer is all free, but you need to book a place UNLESS its through a different provider -  Training needs to be booked through Eventbrite either on Facebook page or via our website www.livpac.co.uk

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
LivPaC Steering Group
Telephone
E-mail
livpac@hotmail.co.uk

Where to go

Name
Dingle Community Learning Programme - DCLP
Address
5, Shelmore Drive
Dingle
Liverpool
Merseyside
Postcode
L8 4YL
Notes

We hold coffee mornings the 1st Tuesday of the month 10:00am - 12:30pm

We also hold coffee evenings 3rd Tuesdays of each month 6:00pm - 8:30/9:00pm

We have our own car parking facilities,

We have lots of resources for you to look and browse through that cover many different topics.

 

We also have a North base which is The Life Rooms in Walton

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Sunday
Time of day
Afternoon
Evening
Morning
Session Information
If office is unattended then answer machine is available

Other Details

Availability

Other notes

We are a Pan Disability Forum and we cover the whole of Liverpool 

Local Offer

Contact Email
livpac@hotmail.co.uk
Local Offer Age Bands
Young Adults (16 to 25)
Primary (5 to 11)
Secondary (11 to 16)
Early Years (0 to 5)
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