Hampshire Teenage Project
Hampshire Teenage Project is for young people aged 13 to 18 years living in South East Hampshire. We only accept young people living in Portsmouth if they attend a Hampshire school or college.
What is the Hampshire Teenage Project?The Project is run by Enable Ability for young people aged 13-17 years old with physical disabilities and/or mild to moderate learning disabilities living in South East Hampshire.The project aims to provide young people the opportunity to engage in a variety of planned recreational, social and sporting activities as part of a group setting, enabling young people to interact and socialise with other peers on a weekly basis. Staff are trained to support young people and accommodate their needs during each activity.Activities for the project include meeting at both Havant and Fareham Leisure Centres, having the choice to take part in an active session such as climbing, soft play or swimming. However, if your young person chooses not to take part, this is absolutely fine, we have a range of more relaxed activities to choose from in a casual setting. We also arrange a variety of day trips outside of Hampshire, at places chosen by the young people; made easy by being transported in our charity minibus.
If you are interested in your young person being involved with Hampshire Teenage Project, please contact the Project Leader by calling during office hours on 023 9267 1847 or sending an email to email@example.com
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