Our offer in Sefton

Through our 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

Autism Post-Diagnosis Learning Programme 

Designed to help parents and carers whose child has received a diagnosis of autism to develop their understanding of autism, sessions will cover a range of subjects, including discussing a diagnosis of autism, communication skills, sensory processing differences, and self-esteem. Parents will learn valuable strategies for supporting their children with daily life. The overall aim is to empower parents to help their children achieve their full potential. 

Once parents and carers have completed this programme, their children aged 11-19 can then access 1:1 coaching support to help them understand their diagnosis. 

Open Access Community Network Group

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

Family Activity Days

Join us and other families on our family activity days. Taking place during school holidays they include trips to the park, fun days, walks with the ranger, cookery activity days and days out. 

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