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The aim of the project is to enhance existing quality youth work provision through promoting inclusive programmes and developing an awareness of the issues surrounding disability. We work with a variety of agencies and services to ensure an accessible service is available to all young people with disabilities in Liverpool. We provide training for workers, volunteers and young people on disability issues. We also provide some information and advice to young people with disabilities to look at training, education, employment and leisure options. This service is offered to young people aged 13 – 19.
If you are aged 13 – 19, live in Liverpool and have a disability, then get in touch. You can make an appointment to come and speak to us or there are referral forms available if you’re Teachers, Social Workers or Carers want to make a referral.
• SPLICE Project
• Disability Advisory Council (D.A.C)
• Information and Advice Service
• Disability Awareness Training
Tuesday: Harthill Youth Centre, Wellington Road, L15 4JN
Wednesday: Childwall Youth Centre, Lyndene Road, L25 1NG
Clubmoor Youth Centre, Larkhill Lane, L13 9BP
Thursday: Knotty Ash Community Centre, East Prescot Road, L14 5NA
You can contact the project in a variety of ways. You can ring on 0151 702 0700 and ask to speak to a member of the team. Alternatively, you can email Kath on email@example.com
The Disability Equality Project is located in The Door on Hanover Street.
• Provide access to information services and advice for young people with disabilities.
• Promote inclusion and develop awareness about disability issues
• Create a safe and healthy environment for young people to explore current and relevant issues.
“I have made loads of friends here at SPLICE” - Kristina
“I met my good friend, Kerry here at the group” - Danny