The youth groups support disabled young people between 8 and 18 years. They are run at various locations across Hull and minibus transport is provided. The children are supported by playworkers to access stimulating and healthy lifestyle activities.
How does the service work?
KIDS Hull currently run three weekly youth groups. The youth groups support disabled young people aged between 8 and 18 years.
"If R had not come to the group she would have had a more isolated and unhappy life. It was her first ‘club’ and it gave her the confidence to join others. She is happy and confident. It gave her a safe place where she was accepted as herself.”The children have access to stimulating and healthy lifestyle activities, including preparing healthy snacks, sports, arts and crafts, theatre and performance and generally to have space that is theirs to enjoy.
At the groups they are supported by play workers to engage with their peers, and are encouraged to socialise and pursue hobbies to assist in their personal development.
Who is the service for?
Young people with a disability between the age of 8-18 years old.
What does the service provide?
The young people attending the youth group are encouraged to socialise and pursue hobbies to assist in their personal development.When is it on?
||Time (term time only)
The groups are held at various locations in Hull - minibus transport can be provided if required.
How to access the service
Ian Bolton 01482 467540
KIDS Yorkshire and The Humber, 182 Chanterlands Avenue, Hull, HU5 4DJ
Our Youth Services were recently awarded membership as Investors in Children and Young People - view certificate and report