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Children and young people, parents and carers in crisis can call the
Alder Hey CAMHS crisis care line 24 hours a day, seven days a week on 0151 293 3577 

They should only present to Accident Emergency Department if they need medical treatment or are struggling to keep themselves safe in the immediate moment.

Due to the current circumstances, the ASD Assessment Pathway are not able to offer face to face appointments; however we are still continuing to offer daily support and advice over the phone to our families waiting for an ASD assessment.

If you or a family would like to speak to a member of the team please contact us by email: asdqueries@alderhey.nhs.uk  or call us on 0151 252 52 52.

Could you please share this with other professionals and our families. 

If you have concerns or questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Best wishes

ASD Pathway

IDL

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Parents Guide to using IDL at home

Liverpool City Council Helplines Information

Explore Learning Website

NHS advice

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The current coronavirus pandemic has created so much uncertainty and stress for many people and it can be all too easy to become consumed by what’s going on in the world. Sometimes, it can be the little things that help. Displaying an act of kindness online not only benefits others, but it can be good for our own wellbeing too.

Showing Kindness Online

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14 ways to show kindness online

Playstation 4

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Playstation 4

Online Grooming

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Netflix

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Google Stadia

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Links to websites that will help to keep you active.

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