Adult learning This project is part of the Liverpool City Region ESF Ways to Work Programme and is part-funded by the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative. Our courses. Adult learning courses starting September 2019. View our latest course list. The courses listed in this timetable are for sessions that start at different dates throughout the year. Sessions marked with a * or ** are free employability courses for those who are in receipt of .
Mersey Care has two community learning disability teams, one based in Liverpool and one in Sefton; Our Learning Disability community teams work with adults (18+ years) with a learning disability and health needs who require specialist input in the community; We work with people in their home and where an individual prefers (college, work etc). Adult Services Information; A child or young person has SEND if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to Bing, etc) Liverpool Contact Service Other Liverpool City Council team/department Other.
Adult social care provides the following services to adults aged 18 and over: Support to regain independent living skills. Personal care in the home. Equipment and adaptations to help cope with a disability or frailty. Residential care – in many different types of homes. Sustainability is about growth and development of the community in a balanced way. Liverpool City Council recognises the importance of sustainability. We are working towards fostering a partnership with our community to protect, support and conserve our natural resources and environment.