An additional 160 staff are to be recruited by Liverpool City Council to cut the caseload of children’s social workers by up to half.
COMMUNITY leaders in Liverpool have pledged to make it as easy as possible for people living with dementia to make the most of city council services.
Thousands of families in Liverpool are to benefit from a new internationally renowned approach to tackling child welfare concerns.
A team of mental health support specialists is to be established in Liverpool schools after the city secured almost £2.5 million from the Government.
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There has been a huge increase in the take-up of 30 hour free childcare in Liverpool.
CHILDREN with mental health issues in Liverpool will get extra help after the city was named as a ‘trailblazer area’ under a new government scheme.
Council staff have Christmas all wrapped up for children in need