People are being urged to give up just 20 minutes of their time to take free suicide prevention training and help save a life.
The transformation of a Liverpool care hub that will allow people with learning disabilities to live within the local community is nearing completion.
AN inspection of children’s services in Liverpool has found it has made improvements but cannot yet be rated as good.
Liverpool Libraries are celebrating 25 years of partnership working with children’s reading charity BookTrust through their Bookstart Early Years programme. The … More
Nine young people with learning disabilities who have been through a programme to help them into work have graduated.
Are you living with dementia? Or a carer, friend, relative, professional or interested member of the public? Dementia Action Liverpool would … More
Liverpool City Council is set to increase the rates paid to the care sector in Liverpool to enable it to boost the pay of staff.
As part of Carers Week, Liverpool Carers Centre organised an event in Williamson Square to support unpaid carers, supported by Liverpool City Council.
The number of people sleeping rough in Liverpool could reduce if plans for a council-backed shelter get the go-ahead.
Carers Week is being marked in Liverpool on Thursday 14 June with a special advice and support event in Williamson Square