Liverpool Disability Resources
Discover Liverpool disability and special needs organisations, clubs and groups and much more in this dedicated ABLEize section of Merseyside.
Find Liverpool charities, support groups, sports and oganisations for all disabilities, special needs and learning difficulties. You will find a host of things to do as well as information specific to Liverpool. We have includes details of disabled access to some of Liverpool’s more iconic buildings and places of interest. If you found these resources useful please share them with a friend by emailing this page to them via the Send this Page link below. Sites of disability interest to all other Merseyside locations can by accessed via the link below.
SEND Local Offer provided by Liverpool City Council providing details of disability and special needs services and resources for Liverpool. Includes details of parent/carer groups, education, activities and much more.
Details of accessible housing for the disabled in Liverpool as well as how to apply for a grant to make changes such as wetrooms, access requirements and other adaptions to meet your disability needs.
Liverpool based charity providing support and group/social activities for adults with disabilities and special needs. View what’s on guides and activities including live music, arts and crafts.
Assisting disabled and special needs children including those with autism to learn and interact through Lego based therapy play and learn sessions. View events and contacts to find out more.
Provides specialist training and advice within all areas of education for people diagnosed with autism or experience social or communication difficulties.
Run by Liverpool City Council to provide a dedicated 24 hour Careline for the elderly and disabled when in need of help or assistance. Find out about assessments and how to apply.
Details of a community fishing project set up to assist people with brain injuries and severe disabilities to enjoy fishing. Backed by the British Disabled Angling Association and Liverpool City Council. Read through the article to find details.
Offers information, resources and details of Local Liverpool and Merseyside charities for people with Down Syndrome, their family and carers. Includes details of local Merseyside events and social activities.
Offers a comprehensive guide to all aspects of disabled access into and around the Cathedral including parking, wheelchair loan and contacts for questions prior to visiting.
Liverpool FA highlights details of inclusive and accessible playing opportunities for the disabled and special needs and how to get involved. Includes details of the FA Disability Cup.
Based at Abercromby Health Centre in Grove Street, Liverpool. Provides support, education to anybody affected by sickle cell. Works to improve awareness of the disorders to the people of Liverpool.
Information and advice for students with disabilities and special needs including vision and hearing impaired, autism, physical and mobility problems. Includes contact details for specific advice.
Liverpool parent carer forum run by parents for parents and carers of people aged between 0 and 25 years with a disability, complex health needs, SEN or/and additional special needs. Includes details of courses, meetings and support.
Information about dementia-friendly guided visits in the Museum of Liverpool and how they can be beneficial to people with dementia. Includes contact details and how to book. Free to all.
Supporting people with learning disabilities in Liverpool and surrounding areas. Site offers details of social events, campaigns, meetings and how to join.
A dedicated page from the Museum of Liverpool providing details of getting to, into and around the museum. Included details of tactile and braille labels and full access details via external resources. Includes a sign language introduction.
Liverpool school dedicated to providing education and care to blind and sight impaired children. Site highlights the history of the school along with a virtual tour, pupils stories and reports.
Details of disability access and facilities such as disabled WC’s, hearing induction loops, large print books and guides and parking near the venue. Includes contact details to plan your visit.
Providing emotional support, practical help, and access to a range of social activities to anyone with a neurological condition including their family, friends and carers. Norton Street, Liverpool.
Dedicated to helping to improve the quality of life of children and teens with autistic disorder and sensory processing difficulties. Details of support, courses and workshops and group events.