All different all connected
Our Youth Service offers exciting activities to young people aged 14-25 years with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Our activities and programmes give your young people access to experiences that develop their health, creative, social, and emotional wellbeing. They can build on existing friendships and make new ones; develop communication and life skills that will help them to remain safe and healthy; learn how to make a positive contribution at home and in their community.
A significant focus in all of our youth activities is to support young people and their families in the transition from Children’s to Adult services.
Travel Skills Project
The Youth Transition Project ‘access to the community and travel skills’ is funded by BBC Children In Need. The project enables young people aged 13-17 to participate and shape a bespoke programme for accessing positive opportunities within London, accessed via the use of public transport. The programme will offer young people support to gain valuable travel skills, learning how to safely and confidently use a range of public transport methods to access events and activities. The aim is to ignite young people interests and broaden horizons, while learning and embedding social skills in preparation for adulthood.
To find out more contact
Krzysztof Krzemianowski, Team Manager
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