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Daisy Inclusive UK
Daisy Inclusive UK
DAISY initially stood for Disability Awareness Introducing Sport to Youngsters and developed a three pronged approach to breaking down these barriers.

First, working with children, teachers, volunteers in schools, colleges and organisations by delivering presentations, demonstrations, participation in inclusive sports and through role modeling.
Second, supporting children, teachers, volunteers, colleges and mainstream organisations in how to include through visual and disability awareness courses.
Third creating pan-disability inclusive sports and activity clubs.

Due to the high quality standards of our visual and disability awareness training we have been asked to deliver courses in the work place to help long term unemployed and people on incapacity benefit back to work. These courses have been extremely successful in giving participants the confidence, self-esteem, motivation and other key personnel qualities needed to get themselves back into the work place.

Contact name: Dave Kelly
0151 220 2319
Liverpool’s official festival celebrating arts & culture from refugee communities and creating discourse around the refugee experience. FESTIVAL 31 brings together refugees, wider communities, individuals, grassroots, small and larger organisations for a 31 day experience across the whole city.

Contact name: Karen Wynne
Harmonize Academy
Harmonize Academy
Harmonize Academy is an exciting Alternative Provision (AP) Free School for 13 – 16 year olds on Merseyside.

Our vision is to provide outstanding alternative education with individualised learning pathways that radically improve the achievement and life chances of our students. We want every student on leaving us to progress to continuing education, training or employment.

Contact name: Gerard Tiernan
0151 203 1934
Health Energy Advice Team
Contact name: Paula Nolan
Healthwatch Information
We give you information about the care choices you have and help you to navigate the health and care system.

Healthwatch Liverpool:

Explains the options available to you
Helps you make informed choices about your health and care
Supports you if things go wrong
Listens to your experiences

Contact name: Sarah Thwaites
0300 77 77 007
Kensington and Fairfield Councillors
Contact name: Liam Robinson
07811 077795
Kensington Methodist Church
Contact name: Deacon Flip den Uil
07709 905000
Kensington Vision CIC
Kensington Vision CIC
Kensington community radio.

Contact name: Steve Faragher
0151 345 1290
Kuumba Imani Millenium Centre
The Kuumba Imani Millennium Centre provides an integrated community training/meeting and resource centre for residents from this area as well as being a Merseyside wide resource, particularly for members of Black and Racial Minority (BRM) Communities.

Contact name: Phillipa Gregory / Andrea Bullock
0151 708 5278
Liverpool City Council
Contact name: Leanne Reilly
0151 233 6388