We all want to have fun, enjoy our hobbies, follow our interests, relax with friends, or go out for a day trip with our family.
Search the Norfolk Community Directory for things to do for children and young people with SEND that are suitable for the whole family. You can also find mainstream clubs and activities which are accessible to children and young people with SEND.
The Prince's Trust, in partnership with The British Racing School in Newmarket, is offering a free one-week residential course next year.
16-25 year olds who are not in education, employment or training have the unique opportunity to work alongside thoroughbred race horses and learn all about the horse racing industry.
Learn about horse behaviour, horse handling and practical horse care, riding, yard work and best turned out training. And your accommodation, travel and meals are all provided for free!
Dates have yet to be confirmed. To express an interest in joining this 2020 programme, please contact email@example.com.
Breckland & West Norfolk YAB would like to invite young people to participate in our forthcoming Summer Activities Programme for 2020. The main purpose of the programme is to bring all young people from Breckland and West Norfolk together for fun activities and training (priority to some activities and training will be given to our existing Young Commissioners). We hope that some of you will be interested in joining our YABs.
Details of activities:
Numbers are limited for some events, we will try to ensure every young person has the chance to take part in at least one event. Many events are shared with other Youth Advisory Boards from across Norfolk.
Cost of Activities:
There is no cost for any of the events (funded by The Youth Advisory Board), including transport and activities.
For further information please contact
Michelle Bibby, Breckland Youth Advisory Board
Tel: 07384 510997, Email: MichelleBibby@map.uk.net
Bob Casey, West Norfolk Youth Advisory Board
Tel: 07341 774680, Email: BobCasey@map.uk.net
Online sessions to build your employability skills and improve your wellbeing! Open to anyone aged 16-24 not in education, employment or training.
1 x 45 minute session a day, these short sessions are designed to help you climb that mountain and boost your confidence!
This programme will be based online and delivered by On Track.
Why is it that we know a lot about the presentation of autism in boys, yet comparatively little about these conditions in girls? Although girls presenting with autism were noted by Kanner as far back as the 1940s, past research on autism has mostly focused on boys.
This course explores the differences in the presentation of Autism in Males and Females, as well as looking at the best way to support through life, relationships and puberty.
Date and time: Monday 24, Wednesday 26 and Friday 28 August 2020, 2-3pm
Only 10 places available! To join the course or find out more, email: firstname.lastname@example.org