Take part in the The Big Hop and help to raise vital funds for disabled children, young people and their families.
Join the KIDS team on the world's leading 10 mile running event! Taking you through the iconic sights of Southsea and Portsmouth. Read more
Four days, three hundred miles, two capital cities…one awesome ride! Come be a part of the ultimate overseas cycling challenge for team KIDS Read more
An independent, impartial and confidential service which offers information and support for parents of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) as well as SEND mediation services. Read more
The Hayward Adventure Playground is an adventure playground designed for disabled children from 5 to 19 years old. It provides a secure and stimulating environment where children have access to a wide variety of structured and unstructured activities.Read more
The Playscheme provides activity weeks during the summer holidays for disabled young people in Hull.Read more
The Play and Development sessions are for families of pre-school children (aged 0-5 years) with disabilities and additional needs who may benefit from attending small group sessions structured to promote their developmentRead more
Our free, independent and confidential service aims to settle disagreements that arise between parents and local authorities / schools about the special educational needs (SEN) of children and young people, and how best to meet these needs.
We aim to resolve disputes about special educational needs through mediation meetings.Read more
KIDS SEND Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) (formally Parent Partnership Service) in Hull is an independent service supporting parents and families who have children and young people with Special Educational Needs.Read more
The Inclusion Project comes under the auspices of the Hull SENDIAS Service and aims to support parents and/or carers of children who have Special Education Needs and are experiencing some behaviour issues at school.Read more
A service provider for young people aged between 8-18 years old who help to support and care for a member of their family.Read more
Short Breaks provide families/primary carers of disabled children and young people a break from their caring responsibilities whilst equally providing the child/young person the opportunity to have fun, make friends and develop skills. The length of the break can vary but is usually around three hours. They can either be in the community or in the home. Read more
KIDS Saturday Club for disabled children offers a variety of activities, including: music, arts and crafts, bikes and scooters, outdoor and sensory play, films and tv and computer games.Read more
The Parents’ Forum was formed by KIDS at the request of senior managers within health and the local authority. The Forum now has approximately 80 parent members representing children and young people with a range of disabilities and additional needs.Read more
A family focused service which provides a specialist Designated Keyworker for families with disabled children or complex needs living in Hull. Read more