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A Good Life

‘A Good Life’ helps Knowsley be a place where all people are included, get the support they need, when they need it, and have the knowledge and skills to be self-supportive and resilient, relying less on health and social care services.

A Good Life is a partnership of specialist, local organisations working together to provide wrap-around practical support for adults in Knowsley who are disadvantaged for any reason, be it poverty, disability, age or other circumstances which prevent them from having ‘a good life’.

A Good Life project is delivered in partnership with local specialist community organisations - Knowsley Disability Concern (KDC), Knowsley Pensioners Advice and Information Services (KPAIS); Sight and Mind; and Tailored Advice Services in the Community (TASC)

Contact Details

07934 171195

263a Tarbock Road
L36 0SD

L36 0SD

Opening days / times

Monday - Friday 9-5

Additional Information

Referral procedure

To refer please

Contact Adele Jordan 07934 171195

or email:

Service cost

There may be a cost for some services

Availability comments

Delivery period - 36 months


Investors in People

Things to know

The service is open to any adult living in Knowsley facing challenges in their lives and provides:

A single point of contact for referrals and self-referrals

A Project worker (A Good Life Connector) assigned to work with you through your journey bringing relevant specialist supports around you

  • Support to move you forward using a coaching culture
  • Visit you at home or an alternative suitable location
  • Working together to tackle the issue and look at the underlying cause (s) and other problems

The partners delivering A Good Life see the stresses on the statutory services and the ongoing increased demand for them

A Good Life works in partnership, to find and deliver successful interventions to help those in need, when they need it and address underlying issues and long term problems.

The Partners are local organisations with years of experience delivering services to older people, people with disabilities, people learning disabilites and those with ongoing health and social care needs.


  • Advice, guidance and support for disabled people and those living with long-term conditions
  • Direct Payments support and guidance including managed accounts and payroll services
  • Community education programmes for adults with learning difficulties
  • Self-advocacy skills, social groups and other activities for adults with learning difficulties


  • Information and advice and for older people
  • Help to access to community support
  • TASK approved traders registration scheme
  • SHOP scheme (Supporters Helping Older People)
  • Independent advocacy and peer advocacy

Sight and Mind

  • Support and guidance for individuals suffering from dementia and/or sensory impairment and their families - from diagnosis to end of life
  • Advice and resources to live well with dementia and remain in own home
  • Welfare rights, access to support and training
  • Organising social interaction
  • Finding residential care


  • Welfare rights advice
  • Benefits maximisation
  • Appeals and tribunals support
  • Debt advice and support
  • Household budgeting and cost saving schemes
  • Access to community support

Delivery period

January - December

Universal AccessUniversal Access

Region wideRegion wide

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