A LIVERPOOL City Council team has become the first of its kind in the country to receive national recognition for the level of support it provides for children with autism.
Liverpool’s newest school and it’s already being hailed as the best of its kind in the country for children with special educational needs.
The transformation of a Liverpool care hub that will allow people with learning disabilities to live within the local community is nearing completion.
People with learning disabilities will get more support to live within the local community thanks to the major makeover of a Liverpool care hub.
Staff working for a support programme that provide training for parents and carers of children with autism will not be affected by a review of the service.
Plans to expand the number of places at a special school for children with autism in Liverpool are set to get the green light.
A special event is being held in Norris Green Park on Sunday 2 April to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day
Schools in Liverpool are being offered training on autism issues after the city council was awarded a contract to run a special programme.
Liverpool will mark United Nations Autism Awareness Day on Wednesday 2 April with a special event on the steps of St George’s Hall
Liverpool is to become the first English city to light up its buildings blue to raise awareness of autism