Description of activity
TAG Youth Clubs aims to empower and optimise the potential of children and young people who have a disability between the ages of 10 and 25. This is achieved through a range of work, at both the youth centre and in the community; Youth Workers support young people through informal and experiential learning in order to gain knowledge, skills, make informed choices and to assist in their personal development.
TAG Junior and Youth Club treats all young people fairly and equally as individuals and aims to provide young people with a safe, caring, well equipped environment which is accessible to all young people who wish to attend, giving them the opportunity to participate in personal and social development activities including arts, drama, music and sport.
Our Clubs provides a diverse range of activities in which young people can participate and also has mechanisms for ensuring that members’ voices are heard, through consultations and evaluations. We also encourage young people to represent themselves and their peers on the youth clubs management committee.
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Address and Accessibility
Please describe how accessible the toilet area is for example is it a 'Changing Places' accessible toilet, does it have changing facilities, hoists etc
Ham Youth Centre's accessible toilet accommodates a wheelchair and there is a grab rail, unfortunately there are no changing facilities - no ceiling track, bed.
Dietary needs catered for
Staff have specialist training
Days and times of activity / opening
|Friday||From 17:30||To 21:30||Between Junior Club 17:30 and 19:00 on alternate weeks. Youth Club meets weekly between 19:30 & 21:30,|
When is the activity or service available
How to access the service/activity
Description of Eligibility or Referral Criteria and Pathways (if applicable)
Find out more about TAG in their latest video - https://youtu.be/cd4DUWGlXrE