Explanation about what exactly is the Local Offer
Winston’s Wish is the leading childhood bereavement charity in the UK. We offer practical support and guidance to bereaved children, their families and professionals.

FREE face to face advice to all Knowsley residents to help check your entitlement, help claim your benefits and support your appeal against a benefit decision.

Access - Self referral

Working Families is the UK’s leading work-life balance organisation
Wirral Community Health and Care - Children's and Young Peoples Services
The Waving not drowning project is run by Janet Mearns for parents of disabled children and carers of adults who want to combine paid work with their caring responsibilities.
The National Charity for Sick Children
If you are worried a child may be suffering or have suffered significant harm, please read.
PDA (pathological demand avoidance) is a behaviour profile within the autism spectrum. We explain what PDA is, the characteristics of PDA and how to begin the assessment process. We also look at guidelines for parents and education staff.
Whether you are a school leaver looking to continue your education and training, an adult looking to improve your career prospects or an employer who wants to recruit or develop your workforce, we can help! Local Offer Information - http://www.wmc.ac.uk/images/policies/Local-offer-information-Wirral-Met-College-final-draft_Sep_17.pdf
Telephone: 0151 477 8190 Huyton, L36 1XH
Telephone: 0151 477 8470 Kirkby, L32 0RQ
Leaflet explaining how the benefit changes in April 2017 will affect families with children.
From Child to Adult: A guide to disability, transition and family finances – updated 2014

Welcome to the Jan Williams Theatre School based in Prescot, Liverpool.

Wings Care is a social care provider based in Liverpool, which prides itself in offering an excellent standard of care from highly experienced, skilled and professionally dedicated staff to vulnerable individuals with complex needs.
Part of Knowsley's Local Offer ( ) The service will support children above 36 months.
Homeless family hostel for families who present as homeless but also have additional support needs.

Knowsley Town Council owns and manages two, multi functional centres, Bob Whiley Community Centre and the Stockbridge Pavilion plus one childrens playground, parks and open spaces.

Facilities are available for private hire at reasonable rates.

Based near Newton-le-Willows, working with pupils aged 5-25 years diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
Independent, day school in Chorley, Lancashire, for children aged 5-11 with a range of needs including autism; social and emotional needs; and speech, language and communication difficulties.