Our offer in St Helens

Through community-based groups, programmes, and opportunities that raise awareness; develop skills; share learning experiences; and build confidence, we support children, young people, and families living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs.

Open Access Community Network Groups

If you have concerns about your child’s behaviour or progress at school, our weekly community network groups offer support to help you learn, understand and meet the needs of your child and family. We also meet for family days out during school holidays.  Find out more.

Family Learning Programmes and Workshops

Structured programmes and workshops that give parents, carers, and supporters the skills, knowledge and confidence to enable you to better recognise, understand and meet the needs of your family living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs. Find out more.

Evening Awareness Raising Workshops for Parents/Carers

To better recognise and support the needs of a child/young person living with a neurodevelopmental condition. 

Supporting children & young people

Our 1:1 coaching support for young people aged 12-19 living with a neurodevelopment condition who find it difficult to engage with activities will help them overcome these challenges, learn how to better recognise and manage negative behaviours and develop strategies to manage in individual situations, to keep themselves safe and make positive choices.  Contact us. 

Siblings Awareness Raising Workshops

Learning workshops, health, wellbeing and enrichment activities for siblings aged 6-19 years to help them better understand their brother or sister living with a neurodevelopmental condition, learning difficulty or associated mental health needs as well as understanding their own needs and those of their sibling and wider family. Contact us.

Awareness Raising Training for Professionals

To improve professionals’ understanding of neurodevelopmental conditions, how they may present and how one condition may overlap with another. Professionals attending this training will develop knowledge, skills and confidence to better support families living with neurodevelopmental conditions and learning difficulties. Find out more.

 

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