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SERVICES for Carers
» Carers services offering help for young people over 16 and adults
Carers services offering help for young people over 16 and adults
Active Community Enterprise (A.C.E.)
is an award-winning, ground-breaking, community-based support agency for adults with learning disabilities.
Alternative Futures Group
work locally in the community & through our Treatment & Recovery Centres to provide a wide range of innovative and bespoke care services.
Alzheimer's Society Knowsley Office
Around 850,000 people in the UK have dementia. Dementia is not a normal part of ageing.
Changes to special educational needs and disability support - Easy Read Guides
Children/young people and parents/carers
EHC Plan Assessment Process
Family First 0-18 years
Please call 0151 443 2600 if you need to discuss a referral or 0151 443 2670 if you need to speak to a Case Manager
Housing Related Support Services
The Brothers of Charity Services have been on Merseyside for over 100 years. We provide care and support for people with Learning Disabilities,...
Knowsley Council Visual Impairment Habilitation Service for Children and Young People
Knowsley Network and Shared Lives
Our Shared Lives service recruits carers to provide care in their homes for disabled adults, older people and vulnerable people needing support.
Memory Lane - Knowsley Dementia Care Support
Supporting carers & cared for, with dementia.
P. S. S.
Supported accommodation for adults aged 18 - 65 with mental health problems. Contact us for costs.
Purple Circle Autism Consultancy
Support, advice and training for schools, organisations and families for autistic spectrum/related conditions
Report abuse of vulnerable people
Vulnerable people at risk of abuse may include the elderly and those with a physical or learning disability.
Special educational needs and disability - A guide for parents and carers
The Care Agency
The Care Agency introduces live in carers to those who otherwise would perhaps have had to move into a nursing or residential home. The Care Agency...
The Deafness Resource Centre
provides services that aim to empower, support and enhance the quality of life of D/deaf people in the local area.
Deliver individual care, support and education services across the North West.
Young Adult Respite Service (YARS)
is a residential respite service, based on taking Young Adults with disabilities (aged 16 – 30)