Local Offer - Clubs / groups for people with a special educational need / disability

Clubs / groups for people with a special educational need / disability.

Altogether 4 Autism

Altogether 4 Autism provide social and developmental activities. We hold regular arts and craft activities, basic IT skills, monthly local walking groups, local history group and outings and theatre trips.

T: 07454 461824
E: enquiries@at4a.co.uk
W: www.at4a.co.uk

Opening Times:
Wednesday: 10am - 4pm
Friday 10am - 4pm

Age Range - 18+ Years

Referral Procedure:
To access the service a formal diagnosis of ASD or proof of awaiting a diagnosis will be required. We have code of conduct and safeguarding policies in place.

Aspergers Youth Club (AYC)

Here at the Aspergers Youth Club (AYC) we provide a safe, non-judgemental and fun environment for children and young people aged 8 years and over with Aspergers or High Functioning ASD in the Doncaster area. We meet every Wednesday during term time at Intake and Belle Vue Children's Centre.
For more information please see information below, or contact us on the details below.
E: aycforyou@gmail.com
W: www.ayc.btck.co.uk

Asperges Youth Club - Additional Information
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Referral Pathway:
Please email us before to say that you are interested in attending the group. All parent / carers must stay with their child no matter how old they are.

After School Clubs / Saturday Clubs

Please see flyer below for after school clubs / Saturday clubs.

After School and Saturday Clubs Flyer
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Doncaster Deaf Children's Society

Doncaster Deaf Children's Society is a local group, providing support for parents of Deaf children in Doncaster, as well as arranging social gatherings for parents and Deaf children. It is run by parents and carers of deaf children, working together with local health and educational professionals.

We usually meet in the first weekend of every month but our website is updated with all of our events.

T: 07971 607659
E: doncaster@ndcsgroup.org.uk
W: www.doncasterdcs.co.uk

Doncaster D.I.C.E Enterprise - bingo, karaoke, events, coach trips, theatre group

Social pub nights with Bingo and Karaoke. For more information, please click on the link below.
https://www.diceenterprise.co.uk/social-pub-nights-doncaster

D.I.C.E Events. For more information, please click on the link below.
https://www.diceenterprise.co.uk/events

D.I.C.E coach trips. For more information, please click on the link below.
https://www.diceenterprise.co.uk/coach-trips

D.I.C.E theatre group. For more information, please click on the link below.
https://www.diceenterprise.co.uk

Doncaster Titans Ability Counts FC (Disability Football Club)

Doncaster Titans Ability FC aim to provide access to football for either male or female adult & junior players with any disability, learning or physical by offering regular coaching sessions in a fun safe environment. We offer skill sessions for any beginners wanting to learn to play football and for those who want to participate in tournaments and games with other disability football clubs locally and nationwide. 

Session Age Day Time Cost
Girls Inclusive Football 5 - 11 Wednesday 5 - 6pm Please contact provider for costs
Junior Inclusive Football  6 - 12 Wednesday 5 - 6pm £2
Junior Inclusive Football  12 - 16 Thursday 6 - 7pm £2
Adult Inclusive Football 16+ Thursday 7 - 9pm £3
Junior Inclusive Football  6 - 16 Saturday 11 - 12pm £2
Adult Inclusive Football  16+ Saturday 12 - 2pm £3
Training sessions take place at:
Club Doncaster Academy
Club Doncaster Sports Village
Keepmoat Stadium
Doncaster
DN4 5JW

Club Doncaster Titans - SSE Wildcats sign up A5
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JunPan- CDA u16s
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AdultPan- CDA 16+ flyer
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T: 07775 832539 
E: darren@doncastertitans.co.uk
W: www.clubdoncastertitans.co.uk 

All information correct as of 12/09/2018

 J&D Activities - After School Clubs

Monday - 4.15pm - 6.45pm
Wheatley Park Community Centre, Parkway South, Wheatley, DN2 4JS

We will be offering up to 12 young people aged between 6yrs - 11 years an opportunity to participate in fun activities whilst being in a friendly and safe environment. 
Learn new skills in cooking, baking, life skills and socialising skills also supporting in designing their own arts/crafts projects, gardening projects, support with homework if required. Outdoor sports (football, cricket, basketball, kurling, bowling, boccia). Indoor activities (giant Jenga, big Lego bricks, pool, table tennis, art & crafts, music and dance).

£2 entry, includes tea. We also have a tuck shop so young people can purchase sweets and pop.
Contact either John Betts 07828581594 or Lottie Farrell 07899057281 to book a place.

Thursday - 4pm - 7pm
Wheatley Park Community Centre, Parkway South, Wheatley, DN2 4JS

We will be offering up to 12 young people aged between 12 -19 years an opportunity to participate in fun activities whilst being in a friendly and safe environment. 
Learn new skills in cooking, baking, life skills and socialising skills also supporting in designing their own arts/crafts projects, gardening/allotment projects, intergenerational work with the elderly, offering the young people the opportunity to volunteer which will give them valued experience in preparation for transition to adulthood. Support with homework if required. Outdoor sports (football, cricket, basketball, kurling, bowling, boccia). Indoor activities (giant Jenga, big Lego bricks, pool, table tennis, art & crafts, music and dance).

£2 entry, includes tea. We also have a tuck shop so young people can purchase sweets and pop.
Contact either John Betts 07828581594 or Lottie Farrell 07899057281 to book a place.

Please note - these sessions are for children and young people who have been diagnosed with SEN/disabilities.

LADDER Group - Learning about Disability, Differences, Equalities and Rights

We are a group of young people aged under 25yrs with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and long term health conditions, passionate about making a difference and getting our voices heard.

We need you to join us and be the voice of under 25yrs with:

  • Autism
  • Learning impairment
  • Mental health issues
  • Physical disabilities
  • Sensory impairment
  • and any long term health condition 
We work with Young Healthwatch and Doncaster Youth Council this gives the group a louder voice when talking to / working with Education, Health, Social Care and Transport services.

YOUR SPACE
This is the Social Arm of The LADDER Group in partnership with DPVoice and DICE Doncaster.

Monthly sessions include
  • Karaoke 
  • Quiz
  • Games
  • Music 
  • Dancing
We also do school holiday sessions

For more information
Call: 01302 637566
Mob: 07917 690590
Email: DPVoice@doncastercarers.org.uk

You can find out more about the LADDER group on this video.

Little Rainbows Autism Group

Little Rainbows is a local parent-led group for families of young children with autism and their siblings. It provides a safe environment for children to play while parents and carers can meet and chat. Two 'play sessions' are available in Doncaster, please contact us for details.
T: 07500 282120
E: littlerainbows@hotmail.co.uk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Littlerainbowsautismgroup

Specialist Youth Clubs

For Specialist Youth Clubs, please click link below:

Youth Clubs

Stainforth Youth Centre - LDD Group

Session aimed at young people with learning difficulties and / or disabilities. It offers access to a youth centre environment which is staffed with volunteers and key workers. The sessions helps focus young people to interact socially with peers, and also promotes independent living skills. The session is free at point of entry, with a cost for coffee bar stock and meals.

T: 01302 725092
E: Sandy.Rushton@doncaster.gov.uk

Opening Times:
Tuesday: 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Age Range: 8 - 24 Years

Referral Pathway:
There is no referral process and young people can visit with parents initially, to see if it is an appropriate environment.
However, some young people may require 1:1 (or more) support. As we run the session with volunteers, we ask that if 1:1 support is needed, that the adult responsible stays with the young person during the session.  

 

 

Last updated: 28 November 2018 11:25:52