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Disability Sports: Woodhouse Park Lifestyle Centre Ball Sports Club

Saturdays 1pm to 3pm
This club is open to Manchester children and young people aged 8 to 18 years who would like to take part in ball sports including football, rugby and basketball. The club is especially suitable for able bodied children with behavioural difficulties or ADHD.  

Manchester Youth Zone - Holiday Inclusive Youth Sessions

Manchester Youth Zone is a charity run youth centre which gives anyone aged 8-21 (up to 25 for those with additional needs) somewhere to go, something to do, and someone to talk to. Membership costs just £5 per year and 50p a visit. Junior  Inclusive sessions…

Mossa Movements

Saturday 15 June, 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Monthly inclusive dance workshop for children with additional needs. Our dance practitioner Bryony encourages everyone to be creative and explore their own ideas as well as learning simple movements in a safe and encouraging environment.

North Disability Club

Multisports activities for ault and young people 16 years and above with a learning disability.

Open Doors

Saturday 18th May Saturday 15th June Time: 9.15-10.30am
A monthly session at Manchester Art Gallery for autistic children and their families. Artists from Autism for the Arts develop and deliver this art based session which aims to empower families to feel comfortable and confident accessing cultural venues. 

Songlines - Free Creative Project for Young People Living With Autism

‘Songlines’ is an exciting creative project for young people on the Autistic Spectrum (aged 8-13). From October 2018 through to April 2019, we will be delivering monthly creative workshops in a Manchester venue. Together with Manchester Camerata’s musicians and artists, the young people will create…

Young Carers North and East Manchester

Are you a young Carer aged 11 - 16? Do you live in the North or East of Manchester? Do you help a parent carer or sibbling at home? Then this project might be able to help you. Read the leaflet or contact Careers Connect…