Programmes for Young People with Additional Needs

Sport Works delivers a range of community services which are targeted at children and young adults with a disability or additional need. Each of our programmes are designed to provide opportunities for individuals to have fun, learn new skills, improve health whilst building independence.

Our work focuses on improving health and social outcomes by using sport as a means of engaging children and adults in a range of physical and social activities.

Research shows that people with additional needs are less likely to engage in sport and leisure activities when compared to their non-disabled peers. Our work is focused on addressing this trend and ensuring all people are able to access high quality opportunities.

Additional Needs Forms are held in confidence, securely within our service.

Click on the live programme to find out more:-

Trafford

Davyhulme Youth Club – ages 12-25 – Tuesdays 7-9pm

Partington Sports Village – ages 4-25 – Swimming and activity sessions – Saturdays 1-3pm

Gorse Hill Studios – ages 12-25 – Saturdays 10am-1pm

Lostock Youth Centre – ages 5-11 – Saturdays (term time), Weekdays (holidays)

Warrington

Orford Neighbourhood Hub – Swimming and activity sessions – ages 4-18 – Saturdays 3-5pm

Woolston Neighbourhood Hub – Swimming and activity sessions – ages 4-18 – Sundays 3-5pm

Lymm Leisure Centre – Swimming and activity sessions – ages 4 – 18 (ASD) – Sundays 12.15-2.30pm

Halton

Beechwood Community Centre, Runcorn – Swimming and activity sessions – ages 4-18 – Saturdays 4.30-6.30pm

Cheshire West & Chester

Ellesmere Port Sports Village – Swimming and activity sessions – ages 4-18 (ASD) – Saturdays – 3-5.15pm

Salford

Salford University – Swimming and activity sessions – Saturdays – 3-5pm

Watch this space for more programmes coming soon……….

Click here to download our Additional Needs Form or complete the form below:-

Personal details

First Name(s) (required)

Surname (required)

Age (required)

Date of Birth (required)

What school/college do you attend? (not required for adults)

Do you receive one-to-one care at school/college? (required)
YesNo

The information we are asking you will be treated as confidential and will be held in a secure file within our Service.

Please describe any additional needs or disability, including any challenging behaviour you may have:

Do you have a serious medical condition?
YesNo

If yes, please provide details:

Do you need to use a wheelchair?
YesNo

If yes, please provide details:

Do you require any specialist equipment, e.g. hoist?
YesNo

If yes, please provide details:

Do you need help with using the toilet?
YesNo

If yes, please provide details:

Will you require routine medicine, or medical procedures and is there any emergency medication we need to keep available?
YesNo If yes, please provide details:

Do you have any allergies or special dietary requirements?
YesNo If yes, please provide details:

Do you have any difficulty communicating?
YesNo If yes, please provide details:

Signs and symptoms to be aware of if the child experiences difficulty or requires support;
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Is there anything else you would like to tell us to make sure we are able to provide a safe and enjoyable experience?
Likes:
Dislikes:

What constitutes an emergency for the Service User?



Emergency contact details


Name (required)

Relationship to Service User:(required)

Contact Tel No: (required)

Email address of parent/carer of young person



GP name and surgery address

GP Name and Address (required)

GP Telephone number (required)


Payment

Do you receive Direct Payments, Individual Budgets or Grants? (required)
YesNo

Do you intend to make payment using Direct Payments, Individual Budgets or Grants? (required)
YesNo

Aims and aspirations.

What are the main things that you (or the service user) would like to achieve in attending the sessions (please tick all that apply)
Have funExperience new/different activitiesImprove confidenceGet healthier and improve physical fitnessMeet other peopleOther
If Other Please detail: