There are many different services, groups and support for those who identify as neurodivergent. Please see below those that are available to you!

The Vibe

Social and recreational activities for adults and young people aged 16+ who are deemed to have additional needs. We open our doors to anyone who wants a night out in a safe and friendly environment. It's here for anyone who may feel marginalised due to disability, mental ill health, or low self-esteem.
There is no need for people to book or refer, just turn up.
Activities between £1-£5.
The Vibe, St Vincent's School for The Blind, L12 9HN

MENCAP Liverpool

Mencap Liverpool is a local, independent charity that promotes equality for people with a learning disability, helping them to discover new opportunities, make new friends, and feel valued and safe in their community.
They offer numerous activity groups such as tennis, football, dance classes, and walking groups.

-Directions: which helps people with a learning disability to gain new skills, education, and employment.
-Travel for Life: providing independence to people with a learning disability by enabling them to travel independently and open new opportunities for them.
-Help Through Crisis: ensuring people with a learning disability who are in crisis have a way out and working with them to build a support network, so they do not find themselves in the position again.
-Building Connections: helping socially isolated people with a learning disability living in Sefton to form new connections to address loneliness.

0151 707 8582

Merseyside Autistic Adults - Liverpool

Social/support group for autistic adults (aged 16+) who live in Merseyside. We have regular meetings.
You do not need to wait for a diagnosis to attend our events.
We run free, informal, drop-in support groups and have an all-ages group, as well as a separate young adults’ group for 16–25-year-olds. We have online Zoom sessions and face to face meetings.
We also arrange group trips out. For example, we have arranged picnics and trips to nature reserves, museums, and galleries. We try to pick the quietest times for us to go to these places.

DaDaFest - Disability and Deaf Arts

An arts organisation based in Liverpool, delivering Festivals and other arts events to promote high quality disability, Deaf and neurodiverse arts from unique cultural perspectives.
It also produces opportunities for disabled, Deaf and neurodiverse people to access the arts, including training and a young people’s programme.

The Bluecoat, School Lane, Liverpool, L1 3BX

0151 707 1733

L'Arche Liverpool

Accommodation, support, and activities for people with learning disabilities.
Provides care and support to people with learning disabilities who live in their own homes independently or who share a home with other people who also received support.

0151 260 0422

Moving On with Life & Learning (MOWLL)

Learning and leisure activities for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues and acquired brain injury. Promotes social inclusion for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues and acquired brain injury.
07758 72235

Merseyside Youth Association- YOU Project

Qualified, experienced staff, providing a range of activity, opportunity, and informal education in supportive settings. Specialist support for all organisations delivering Youth and Play programmes through LCC, aiding facilitation of suitable provision for those with acute and complex needs.

0151 702 0700

Mossley Hill Athletic Club

A club for adults with learning and physical disabilities based at Mossley Hill Athletic Club.
The club organise a range of social activities and inclusion opportunities aimed at helping adults with learning and physical challenges and is run mainly by a team of extremely dedicated volunteers.
The activities include Arts and Crafts - Dancing - Keep fit - Knitting - Indoor Bowls - Crown green bowling - Tennis - Football - Music - Cake making - and more.

0151 724 4377
L18 8BX

The New Derry Social Club: P.A.C Disability Activity Day

A weekly activity day for people with a disability, their family, friends, careers, support workers, etc., in the L5 area.
Activity Day
Every Monday 10.30am – 3pm
Entrance is £2.50 and food £3.50
We aim to ensure that people with additional needs and disabilities have the opportunity to socialise with friends and make new friends in a relaxed safe and fun environment.

0151 263 1758