A story by KEY
We facilitated regular Saturday sessions for young people aged 14-18 years with a range of support needs who are socially isolated.
To promote confidence, life skills and social connections while enabling carers to have time for themselves, see friends and family including dedicated time with non-disabled children, and provide identified carer-specific support sessions.
A story by Angus Carers Centre
Our Families Programme provided a planned programme of events and activities for parents or guardians who have a child with additional support needs and their siblings.
The programme allows families to participate in events and activities in a safe, secure, supported and fun environment without fear of judgement or discrimination.
Glee and Wee Glee Clubs
A story by SupERkids
SupERkids provided two weekly drama, dance and movement clubs for young people with multiple support needs living in East Renfrewshire aged 5 to 18 years, who due to their support needs cannot access mainstream clubs.
This year we also ran a Harry Potter Film Club for older teenagers. Our mission is for young people with additional support needs to have fun and raise their confidence and for carers to obtain some free time respite from their caring responsibilities.
Carers benefitting from the fund
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