A Children's Guide to the Dentist

Is your child worried or scared of the dentist - Dentalelite have created a video that can explain about a dentist and why we should visit one regularly.
Universal AccessIs region wide

These services are not standard within the trust but can be arranged, there may be a cost involved.


0151 226 0696
Universal AccessProvides additional or specialist facilities for SEN & D peopleHas parkingHas disabled access

The Brothers of Charity Services is an organisation whose vision is to provide a range of services to people with learning disabilities which support their individuality, choice, rights and dreams


0151 228 4439

This guide is about the changes made by the government to the way that children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities are supported.

Easy read guide for children and young people

Easy read guide for parents/carers

Helping parents and carers to find childcare for children with Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND)

Children and young people living in domestic abuse environments

In the majority of families where there are children, and where abuse is being perpetrated, the children will be aware of this, and will often hear it or see it going on.

Domestic abuse has a devastating impact on children and young people that can last into adulthood.

Domestic abuse services offer specialist emotional and practical support for children and young people affected by domestic abuse.

Christians against Poverty - Debt advice

CAP is an award winning charity that offers free, face-to-face debt counselling to all. Our trained debt coaches covering Bootle, Crosby, Maghull, Aintree, Kirkby and surrounding areas, support clients from the moment they book in until the moment they go debt free.

Council for Disabled Children (CDC)

CDC is the umbrella body for the disabled children’s sector in England.

Daisy Inclusive UK

Disability led charity that helps disabled people to achieve their full potential.

Day centres for specialist care

Day centres and family support centres provide help for people with disabilities and health problems. They also provide support working through family difficulties.