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Manchester Young People’s Wellbeing Group

A weekly group to empower young people aged 10 – 25 and support wellbeing, learn new skills, and socialise with others.

Who is it for?

Young people with special educational needs and disabilities aged 10 – 25

When does it run?

Every Monday during term-time.

How much does it cost?


How to access the service

Get in touch using the form below.

About this service

Our wellbeing activity group is for young people aged 10-25. It’s fun, free and full of activities to help make you feel good!

The groups do all sorts of activities. But in each group you’ll get to learn new skills, meet new people and have fun! They’re based on the NHS 5-Steps to Wellbeing programme. Those steps are simple, positive things we can all do to support our own mental wellbeing:

  1. Connect with other people
  2. Be physically active
  3. Learn new skills
  4. Supporting other people
  5. Mindfulness

We focus on fun activities to promote wellbeing and learn new skills including baking, cooking, mindfulness, managing emotions, giving back to the community, sports and crafts.

In addition we run trips in the school holidays which has included visits to the theatre, museums, Chill Factor, walks and crazy golf.

Groups meet every Monday in term-time. During school holidays we offer activities at different times.

5.00pm – 6.30pm10 – 14 years old
6.30pm – 8.00pm15 – 25 years old

Contact this service

The best way to contact this service is to use the form below. Alternatively, you can reach us by email and phone.

Phone: 01615 218635

We ask for this so we can make sure you are eligible for this service
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“It was so good to speak with someone with the lived experience of having a child with complex needs and thanks for your help, it’s been amazing!”