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SENDing Voices and Youth Clubs

SENDing Voices and Youth Clubs

This new Community Youth Services group is inviting 13 to 24 years olds with a Special Educational Need or Disability ( SEND ) to help to make SEND services better for young people in Sheffield.

It’s a chance to talk about and share your experiences and ideas with decision makers. You’ll work together on important issues, meet new people and make new friends.

SENDing Voices meets at the Electric Works (Sheffield) or online fortnightly on Wednesdays from 4.30-6.30pm. View Poster

If you’d like to find out more call Kerry Doxy from Community Youth Services on 07391 739 118 or email youth.voice@sheffield.gov.uk.

Youth services also hold two SEND youth clubs. Just turn up to your chosen club and a Youth Worker will help you to complete the registration form. View Poster . For further information contact Community Youth Services on 0114 2057450 or email youth.services@sheffield.gov.uk



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