Baby Buddy App

Baby Buddy is the free mobile phone app for parents and parents-to-be with personalised content approved by health care professionals that spans from pregnancy through to the first six months after birth. It is an engaging and evidence-based resource designed to complement the care that families receive to help give every child the best beginning.
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These services are not standard within the trust but can be arranged, there may be a cost involved.

Telephone: 

0151 226 0696

Beacon Languages

We are a Liverpool based company providing quality interpreting and translation services in the North West.

BEAT - beating eating disorders

Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity.

Opportunities available for young people aged 16 and over to develop their skills, continue in education or enter education, training, employment and the support available including grants.

Benefits - Gov.UK

Information about benefits that may be available.
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The Benefits Service administer claims for Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction, assesses client contributions towards Domiciliary and Residential Care packages and provides a visiting and Welfare Benefits Advice service. Additionally the service processes claims for Emergency Support and Free School Meals.

Telephone: 

0151 443 4042

Best Beginnings

Best Beginnings supports parents in giving their children the best start in life. We are a small charity with a large impact and value, and to date we have reached over 2 million families across the UK. We focus on the period between conception and a child’s third birthday, where the foundations of a healthy and fulfilling life are laid.

Bladder & Bowel Community

The Bladder and Bowel Community (B&BC) is the UK-wide organisation for people with bladder and bowel control problems. B&BC provides information and support services, including a confidential medical helpline, for anyone affected by these conditions as well as their families, carers and healthcare professionals.

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