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Liverpool Parents' Interest Group

Support group run by parents for parents or carers of children with Autism, ADHD and related conditions.

No charge, and no diagnosis necessary, and no need to book - just come along, and bring a friend if you want to! Younger children are welcome - we have access to some toys suitable for toddlers.

We often have visitors in from organisations or agencies that can offer support or guidance to our families. Check our facebook group (Parents Interest Group Liverpool) for further information.

The group usually meets monthly at 22 Richmond Park, Anfield, L6 5AD. However, we currently are meeting fortnightly online via zoom.

If you would like to join us, or for any other information, please email Babs on babs.bd100@gmail.com 

 

 

 

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Babs BLUETT-DUNCAN
Contact Position
Co-founder
E-mail
babs.bd100@gmail.com
Notes

Also check our Facebook page: Parents Interest Group Liverpool.

Where to go

Name
Merseyside Christian Fellowship
Address
22, Richmond Park
Anfield
Liverpool
Merseyside
Postcode
L6 5AD
Notes

Currently no face to face meetings, online only

The building is halfway down Richmond Park, next to the children's playground.

We have wheelchair access if required.

Please park on the same side of the street as our building, for the convenience of the residents - thank you!

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Fortnightly on Fridays
Time of day
Afternoon
Session Information
2pm on zoom Please email or check our Facebook page for further dates

Other Details

Costs

Please contact provider for cost details.

Availability

Referral required
No
Other notes

Facebook page by invitation - Parents Interest Group Liverpool - ask June Ardrey if you would like to be added to the group.

Open to all parents & carers in the Liverpool area.

When meeting face to face we have access to toys for small children if required; but can't really cater for older children unless they're happy to sit with the group.

We often have visiting speakers, and regularly have a member of the advocacy team at the Brain Charity in for on the spot consultations.

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