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- Earliest award date
- 13 Jul 1999
- Latest award date
- 27 Jun 2019
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Shared Lives: Reaching More Vulnerable People 30 Nov 2016
This project aims to increase the availability of Shared Lives schemes for vulnerable people in Scotland, particularly people with learning disabilities and older people, including people with dementia. This innovative approach will enable more people to live well in the community.
The project will provide a unique opportunity for socially isolated young deaf people aged 11-19 to meet other deaf young people, however their siblings and children of deaf parents will also benefit. I regular programme of activities will be developed based on what the young people say they would like to do. Information and workshops will be available to the young people on the range of issues important to all young people, but to which their deafness normally proves a barrier.
towards three years' running costs, including salaries, of an organisation that provides advice, support and information to disabled people in Liverpool
A4A - DigiHub 08 Jul 2015
The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment and run digital skills workshops for local people, especially older people and people with disabilities. This will help people use computers and the internet to combat social isolation and improve independence.
Digitally Ageing 24 May 2017
The funding will be used to recruit and train older people as ‘digital ambassadors’ as well as workshop leaders who will run peer led training for older people in residential care older people. The project aims to reduce loneliness by allowing older people to access services online and maintain communication with friends and family.
VE Workshops 01 Jul 2005
Merseyside Play Action Council have been awarded a grant to enable older people to share their experiences of the Second World War with young people. Workshops will look at how people used limited resources to create food and crafts. Visits to World War Two museums will also enable people to learn more about the war. A group of young people will also visit Colomendy, which was used by evacuees during the Second World War. People who actually experienced this will be there to tell their stories.
Community Counts 28 Nov 2013
Community Counts will bring young and old generations together in the Norris Green ward of Liverpool. Young people will develop and host events for older people to help reduce social isolation. The project will include activities such as afternoon tea parties and Scouse Suppers which will include a performance by the young people involved._x000B_
Billy Fun Bus 08 Aug 2013
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to run activities for children and young people, NEET's and older people from a converted bus. This will provide play and recreation activities for the young people and their families, advice and guidance on internet use and IT skills for people on benefits and are NEET and other recreation activities for older people in a safe environment.
Billy Fun Bus 09 Sep 2015
The organisation will use the funding to continue to run activities for children and young people, NEET's and older people from a converted bus. This will provide play and recreation activities for the young people and their families, advice and guidance on internet use and IT skills for people on benefits and are NEET and other recreation activities for older people in a safe environment.
This project will enable the organisation to provide a free, independent advocacy service for older disabled people to help them access services, take up benefits and access their legal rights through the Disability Discrimination Act._x000B_
The charity provides support to people with Learning Disabiliteis through training in functional life skills; the Mind the Gap project will provide training in where and how to access relevant local services and develop easy-read materials for non-readers
This charity will use an award to establish a new healthy lifestyles club for people with learning disabilities. The project will include training on how to stay safe on the streets and tackle problems around unemployment, obesity, depression and anxiety.
Young Ambassadors 'Twenty Ten Twenty Twelve' 15 Jul 2010
This charity in Liverpool will use funding to deliver a young ambassadors project, which will incorporate training and team building for young people in the area. This will bring young people together to raise awareness of bullying and hate crime, while also increasing the groups capacity to reach out to more young people.
This group helps young people to develop skills to find employment. An award will be used to offer literacy, numeracy and ICT courses to help young people improve their employability.
Silver Warriors 24 Jan 2018
The project will host social activities such as bingo, art classes and a lunch club. This will help older people, vulnerable people and disabled people to improve their mental wellbeing and reduce isolation.
Operation Community Aid 21 Jun 2017
The project will renovate the allotments and install raised beds to improve accessibility for people with disabilities, mobility issues and older people. This will provide more people with the opportunity to grow fresh produce for themselves and the community.
Disabled Access 23 Jun 2004
This independent self-advocacy group is run by and for people with learning disabilities for people from Liverpool. Funding will allow the organisation to make its newly leased premises more user friendly by providing disabled access and toilet facilities on the floor where the offices are situated. There are facilities but these are located in the basement of the building.
Regeneration programme 21 Oct 2004
This group encourage residents to become active in their community and will include young people by using arts, craft media, music and technology, as a means of communication and allowing young people to play an active part in the consultation process. This project will involve young people who, at present, feel they are excluded from taking an active part in the regeneration process.
Regional Care Advisory Service 15 Jun 2011
A regional care advisory service for people living with Huntington's Disease in South and West Yorkshire that ceased in 2008 will be restarted and expanded to people on Merseyside. Regional advisors will provide educational, social and practical support to people affected by Huntington's Disease including families, carers and professionals.