On this page are a selection of links you may find useful. Newest additions at the top.
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Need information about dyslexia please check out the British Dyslexia Association's website www.bdadyslexia.org.uk. If you need help with your dyslexia please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Liverpool University list a number of local organisations covering a wide range of issues.
Groups and organisations in the Merseyside area. This list is not exhaustive but maybe just what your looking for is here.
Useful list of organisations across the City.
Get Connected is a free, UK wide, email and telephone helpline that finds young people the best help whatever the problem.
The helpline workers listen to what you need, explain the options you have, and then make suggestions of services where you can get the best help. Get Connected has access to information on thousands of services, both locally and nationally.
The helpline workers come from different backgrounds and about two-thirds are under thirty. All of them have been trained to make sure they are in the best possible position to help. None of them will tell you what to do or judge you.
do-it was launched in 2001 with the first, and still the only, national database of volunteering opportunities in the UK.
do-it is part of the registered charity YouthNet. We are non-profit-making and do not charge organisations to register their opportunities or people to use the database.
Some national organisations post their opportunities directly on to do-it.
(volunteering opportunities in Liverpool and surrounding areas. Well worth a regular look or if you are an organisation then please leave details here for volunteers)
Help4Me has been created as an online directory that allows anyone to search for services available to children, young people, families and professionals, quickly and simply. Each entry gives contact details and will give you information about what the service offers and how to apply. You can search for services by key words, category or area.