ASD Family Help - Teen Club

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A monthly TEEN Club for young people aged 12 to 18 years with special educational needs such as aspergers, autism, dyslexia, anxiety, OCDADHD and learning difficulties etc. No diagnosis is required. Siblings may also be able to attend (please ask us about spaces).

Session runs from 4.45pm to 6.15pm usually on the 4th Wednesday of the month. 

Children must be able to access this activity on an adult to child ratio of 1:8. (We are unable to provide one to one support).

The aim of the club is to encourage socialising and making friends, plus getting out of the house for a few hours!

We have hired Wokingham Baptist Church which provides us with plenty of room, including a quiet area for teens to chill and take a break if they need to.

£4.00 per child per session. (Payable half-termly via Bacs)

A small disposable snack and drink will be provided for each individual child. Children may also like to bring their own filled & labelled water bottle.   

*Teens will begin to design this club to provide the activities they wish to do! This may sometimes involve going out and about for trips.*

This session is for Teens to attend without parents. We are unable to allow parents into the venue (partly due to Covid requirements and also due to our funding requirements and policies that all adults present will be fully DBS checked by our charity). 

All new children/young people need to sign up and meet with a member of the team before your booking can be confirmed. This gives each young person the chance to meet some staff, ask questions and assess whether we are able to meet your child's needs.  

All sign up's and meetings are currently taking place online and using Zoom.

(If you would like to sign up, please use this link and we will get in touch with you.

Booking essential via email to 

If you would like more information, please email: 


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Contact information

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Contact Name
Rachael Chandler
Contact Position
Project Manager - Children & Families Activities
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When is it On/Open ?

Date & Time Information

Usually the 4th Wednesday of each month from 4.45pm to 6.15pm - Term Time Only

Please check with us before attending.

Costs and Fee Information

Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£4.00 After School Club
Cost details

Fees are payable half-termly via Bacs

Does not accept childcare vouchers
Funding Notes

ASD Family Help provide this session using funding provided by Children in Need.

How is the service funded

Facilities and Accessibility

Wheelchair access
Premises on a bus route
Quiet room
FREE Service
Accessible changing room
Accessible parking
Autism friendly
Accessible toilet
Free Parking

Complaints Procedure

Contact Name
Rachael Chandler
Project Manager - Children & Families Activities
Complaints procedure notes

If your complaint is regarding any children's or family activity, please email

You may also email

Accessing this service

Age Ranges
12 - 18 years
Eligibility Criteria

For Autistic teens (12+) or those with associated conditions, such as: ADHD, OCD, Anxiety, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, PDA, ODD etc.

We accept children who are in Secondary school after they the Easter holidays of Year 7.  This ensures that children have had enough time to settle into Secondary school and are ready to access this activity with older children present (giving them time to leave Primary school behind and be fully engaged in Secondary school life).

Children must be able to access this activity on an adult to child ratio of 1:8.

No diagnosis required, all welcome

Siblings are welcome to join this event if we have spaces available - the same criteria above applies.

Booking / Registration Required
Booking and Registration Notes

Booking is absolutely essential.

Please email for booking enquiries or complete our sign up form and we will be in touch.

We will not book new children onto this activity without them first attending an assessment meeting.  We currently do this online (Teams). This allows the child to meet some staff, ask questions and allow us to assess whether we are able to meet your child's needs.

If your child has not had an assessment meeting to attend Teen Club, we are not able to accept your child onto this event.  This is in the best interests and safety of all children, ensures we can meet every child's needs and makes sure we have enough staff to manage every session. 


Referral not required

Provision For

Supporting people with
Children with Additional Needs
Autism Spectrum Conditions
Social Needs

Quality Assurance

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All staff and volunteers at sessions receive in-house training from ASD Family Help regarding autism acceptance & safeguarding.  Additionally all staff/volunteers are trained in Safeguarding via the NSPCC online training portal and Prevent Training via the Home Office online. 

All staff and volunteers at sessions have an enhanced DBS check.

ASD Family Help holds its own public liability insurance.

At activities where staff are solely responsible for children, at least one member of staff will hold a full paediatric first aid certificate.

Local Offer

Local Offer - Support available for children and young people with additional needs

Contact Name
Rachael Chandler
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