Bootle Community Network group

16th September 2019

Some Great News!

With thanks to Liverpool One Foundation and the Community Foundation for Merseyside we are launching our Bootle Community Network Group.

Families in Sefton living with neurodevelopmental conditions such as autism spectrum disorders / conditions, ADHD, sensory processing difficulties, learning difficulties and SEND will be able to access new funded support from Wednesday 02/10/2019.

Our Community Network Group will help parents and carers who have concerns about their child's behaviour or progress at home or school. These open-access, informal weekly workshops and solution focused drop in sessions are designed to support families regardless of what stage they’re at – from pre, during and post-diagnosis of a neurodevelopmental condition.

The Community Network Group will take place weekly, at The Venus Centre, 215 Linacre Lane, Bootle, Liverpool, L20 6AD, every Wednesday during term time from 12.45pm-2.45pm, with family days out taking place during the school holidays.

We are delighted to be offering our services to families and professionals in Sefton.  Living with a neurodevelopmental condition can be very isolating, and challenging. We not only give families the tools and skills but the supportive network from other families to enable them to share experiences and manage the day to day challenges.

ADDvanced Solutions Community Network is a Community Interest Company, not for profit social enterprise. To find out more about what’s available in Sefton, visit the what's on in Sefton page, email or call 0151 486 1788

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