Community Network Groups

12th May 2017

Welcome to our Community Network groups. Over the past few years we have had the pleasure to work alongside many families across Liverpool and St Helens offering an opportunity for parents, carers and kinship carers to share experiences, gain knowledge and understanding together around Neurodevelopmental conditions in a non-stigmatised community based environment at the heart of their communities. This is an informal group where staff deliver a range of workshops designed and developed at the request of the families accessing our offer. These workshops are very much needs led and range from topics such as getting your child with ASD to accept their new school shoes, managing a ‘melt down’ planning for the school holidays, through to supporting them with the development of their child’s Education Health Care Plans. Families have told us: “I love the fact that the staff have lived experiences and can offer practical advice to help us manage from day to day” “hearing from people who have been through some of the difficulties we are facing now is really reassuring and very helpful” We deliver these Liverpool Community Network groups in Speke, Belle Vale, Walton and at our City center venue The Black-E and in St Helens we deliver a Community Network group from the Beacon College Street. So, if you need some Information, Advice or Guidance relating to Neurodevelopmental conditions or just want a bit of time to meet with other parents or carers, feel free to pop in for a cup of tea and a chat.

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