Attendance for was:
Attendance Target is 97%
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SEND IASS (special educational needs and/or disability, information, advice and support service) provide free, confidential and impartial information, advice and support to children/young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their parents/carers.
Community based learning, coaching and mentoring programmes and health, wellbeing and enrichment activities for families living with Neurodevelopmental conditions. We aim to equip and empower parents, carers, children and young people with the skills, tools, knowledge and confidence to better recognise, understand and meet the needs of their family.
The Isabella Trust aims to improve the quality of life of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Sensory Processing Difficulties by providing parents, carers and professionals with access to information resources, support and advice
The Liverpool ASD Training Team is providing a series of drop in advisory sessions across Liverpool’s Children’s Centre’s. They are for family members or professionals wishing to talk in a private one to one setting. You do not require a diagnosis of ASD to attend but must have questions or concerns about the children/young people.
The Autism Training Team hold drop-in sessions twice a month in different children’s Centre’s across the city. They are for Parents/Carers or professionals wishing to talk in a private one to one setting. You do not require a diagnosis of ASC to attend but must have questions or concerns about the young person. The drop ins are not a training session and do not require an appointment.
Comprehensive resource detailing Liverpool's SEN & Disability Local Offer.
Liverpool Museums have been working with Autism Together to develop skills to make our venues more autism-friendly.
Lots of ideas for holidays and days out at autism-friendly venues plus tips for taking a child on the autism spectrum to different leisure venues.
News article by 'Autism Together' : 'Autism Together' and community business 'Autism Adventures UK' have joined forces on a mission to turn Liverpool into the world’s first truly autism-friendly city.
We work positively alongside people with autism, their families and carers providing specialist services tailored to each individual.
LivPaC is a local parent carer forum in Liverpool independently run by parents for parents, carers, grandparents and family members who have a child/young person between the ages of 0 & 25 years with a disability, complex health needs, SEN or/and additional needs.