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Kites Youth Group

An after school youth group for ages 12 - 14.

'Kites' is a youth project for children (for ages between 12 - 14) and is part of Camp Mohawk's Short Breaks Programme which is aimed at children and young people with HFA (High Functioning Autism) and AS (Asperger’s Syndrome).

Kites youth group meets every other Tuesday between 4.30pm - 6.30pm during term time and uses Camp Mohawk as its primary venue, as well as taking a trip out to another activity centre at the end of each term. The group participates in a variety of activities including archery, cookery, games nights, swimming (during the summer months) at Camp Mohawk, amongst others.

The friendly and supportive staff are there to encourage members to have fun and make friends, and the experiences offered are aimed at boosting confidence and self-esteem.

When existing Kites members reach the age of 15, or at another time as appropriate, they are then moved up to our more senior group called Hawks.

There is currently a waiting list in operation for places on the Kites youth group. For more information and to arrange a visit to talk about joining Kites please contact donna.levy@campmohawk.org.uk for details.

Website:
Camp Mohawk
Provider:
Camp Mohawk

Who to contact

Contact Name
Donna Levy
Contact Position
Support Worker
Telephone
01189 404045
Email
donna.levy@campmohawk.org.uk

Where to go

Name
Camp Mohawk
Address
Highfield Lane
Crazies Hill
Reading
Berks
Postcode
RG10 8PU

When is it On/Open ?

Date & Time Information

Alternate Tuesdays during term time from 4:30pm until 6:30pm.

Costs and Fee Information

Cost(s)
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£30/term After School Club
Cost details

All fees are negotiable

Contact provider for costs?
Yes
Is there any help with funding
Yes
How is the service funded
Voluntary/Charitable

Accessing this service

Age Ranges
12 years - 14 years
Eligibility Criteria

The Kites youth group is for children with high-functioning autism / Asperger's Syndrome.

Booking and Registration Notes

Acceptance onto the waiting list will be subject to an informal assessment to assess suitability of the group for each child.

Referral

Referral required
Yes
Who can refer
By Parents or Family

Provision For

Supporting people with
Autism Spectrum Conditions

Quality Assurance

Registered Charity No.
278681

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

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Data last checked: 16/05/2019
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