The defender spent time with the youngsters, who all have additional needs, before joining in with the range of activities provided by the LFC Foundation coaches.
The Foundation has two Respect 4 All Centres – one in Anfield, the other on the Wirral – both of which deliver free impairment-specific coaching to young people and adults with complex additional needs.
Andrea Cooper, head of LFC Foundation, said: “Respect 4 All is a fantastic programme which gives participants the chance to be involved in sport when they may not have had the opportunity before.
“It’s great to have Satara here to meet the young people and get involved in some of the activities - the participants were delighted.”
For more information on Respect 4 All sessions, please visit the LFC Foundation website - https://foundation.liverpoolfc.com/.