NSPCC guidance for adults
Sexual abuse in any form is unacceptable. Following the concerning reports provided to the Everyone’s Invited website, detailing incidents of sexual assault in schools and colleges, the Government is taking immediate steps to support to those affected and ensure all schools are safe places.
That is the government is working with the NSPCC to launch a dedicated helpline for victims of sexual abuse to provide support and guidance.
The dedicated NSPCC Helpline – Report Abuse in Education – launched today (Thursday 1 April) and can be contacted by phone on 0800 136 663, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click on the link below for Bank Views child protection policy.
Who we are and what we do ?
ADDvanced Solutions Community Network is a Community Interest Company, not for profit social enterprise established out of need in 2012 to provide community based, open access, pre, during and post diagnosis learning, coaching and mentoring for families with a child living with a Neurodevelopmental condition including ASD/C, ADHD, sensory processing difficulties, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, social communication difficulties, SEN and disability.
As the commissioned third sector organisation for the Liverpool Neurodevelopmental Pathway, we aim to equip families with the skills and tools to better recognise, understand and support the needs of their children and young people, building resilience and confidence to access an ordinary life.
Learning and support is delivered by our team of professionals who live with Neurodevelopmental conditions in their own families.
Face to Face
This is a free befriending service offering one to one emotional support for parents of disabled children or those with additional needs.
It has trained volunteer befrienders who are all parents of children with additional needs so understand the challenges families may face.
SEND local offer
Liverpool’s local offer provides information for children and young people up to the age of 25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) their parents or carers – all in one place.