Disabilities & SEN

Young people with special educational needs or a disabilities can download the Savvy app and open up a world of useful info on fun things to do, travel, education and managing your money. 

Created by young people for young people, you can download the Savvy app free from Itunes and the App store by typing Sefton Savvy.  There is lots of useful info on fun things to do, education, travel and managing your money.

 

Have fun at Sefton’s Youth Hubs

All activities at our youth centres and youth hubs are open to you as someone with additional needs.

Our youth hubs are a great place to hang out with your friends or meet new people.Fun for disabled young people

Please submit our contact form and let us know where you live so we can tell you about your nearest youth centre.

Do you support a young person with a disability or SEN?

If you are an adult supporting a young person with a disability or special educational need, the Local Offer provides you with a wealth of useful and important information.

 

Useful websites 

With Sefton’s Aiming High for Disabled Children teams you can enjoy fun activities, days out, youth clubs and take time out after school. You will also have support and advice on things like health, education, training, volunteering and work.

Find out what’s on in Sefton for disabled young people by following Aiming High on Facebook

Meet the Aiming High Short Breaks team:

Leonard Cheshire is a disability charity who support disabled people in the UK to fulfill their potential and live the lives they choose. They work to help disabled people find work and build confidence with training and volunteering programmes.

SCOPE is one of the UK’s leading disability charities. They offer fantastic advice and support for you as you grow up to be an adult. Keep an eye out for their clever marketing campaigns, such as #EndTheAwkward or celebrating diversity with Maltesers during the Paralympics in 2016