Me2 Club - supporting children and teenagers with additional needs

Me2 Club

Who do we support?

Me2 Club support children and teenagers aged from 5 to 19 years old, living in the Wokingham and Reading Boroughs. The children we support have a range of additional needs including:

  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Speech & Language issues

We do not require children to have any formal diagnosis to receive our service, if they need a bit of extra support, we can help!

What do we offer?

One to one volunteers 

We offer a child with additional needs a matched volunteer buddy who can support them at a mainstream activity once a week. Families are supported by an Activities and Volunteers Coordinator who get to know each child and match them up with a volunteer who is available and can get to the location of the child’s activity. Volunteers are also matched on personality, needs, experience and other factors and are provided free of charge. 

Please note we cannot support at activities which are set up specifically for additional needs. Activities must be mainstream sessions running Monday – Friday. The children attend a wide variety of activities such as swimming lessons, gymnastics, uniform groups, sports clubs and drama. Once you have an activity set up or are waiting for a place you can register your child for our support.

 For more information and to complete a registration form visit our website.

Additional projects

In addition to our Core Service, Me2 Club also run 3 participation projects:

  • TeenW&Rd – Opportunity for young people aged 13-19years to make new friends and to build their independence by choosing, planning and fundraising for activities.
  • Include Me2 – Our Youth Social Action Group for ages 8 – 25 years and their siblings. Supporting young people to raise awareness of additional needs to address the barriers they face in their lives and in their communities.
  • Say YES – Wokingham’s SEND Youth Forum for 8 – 25 year old where young people can have their say on issues that effect them and help shape services designed for them. 

Jan 2024: New Opportunity for Young People with Additional Needs aged 10 - 25 years

We have recieved funding from the #iwill foundation to train and support 15 young mental health champions. We will provide ongoing training and support for young people in their role and work with Wokingham and Reading Local Authorities to create opportunities for young people to get involved. For more details, please email

You also download a flyer in the downloads section on the righthand side. 

Contact information

Me2 Club
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Contact Position
Activities and Volunteers Coordinator
0118 969 6369 0118 969 6369
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When is it On/Open ?

Date & Time Information

Activities take place at various times.

Costs and Fee Information

Cost details

Family pay for cost of activity, volunteer support provided free.

How is the service funded

Facilities and Accessibility

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Additional Information

No formal diagnosis required.

Accessing this service

Age Ranges
5 years - 19 years
Eligibility Criteria

To become a member of Me2 Club you have to be a Wokingham Borough Council or a Reading Borough Council resident and apply via our website. No formal diagnosis is necessary.  

Booking / Registration Required
Booking and Registration Notes

We require a completed application form which is available on our website.

Waiting List


Referral required
Who can refer
By Parents or Family

Provision For

Supporting people with
Sensory Impairment
Autism Spectrum Conditions
Social Needs
Emotional Needs
Visual impairment
Children with Additional Needs
Learning and Communication
Mobility problems
Multi-sensory impairment
Physical impairment
Other long term conditions
Hearing impairment

Quality Assurance

Registered Charity No.
Quality Assurance

The Me2 Club is a registered charitable company limited by guarantee.

Company number: 7557636

Local Offer

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


What does it mean to be on the Preferred Provider list?

Preferred Provider List

Providers voluntarily register with the council to be included on the preferred providers list.

Providers will undergo annual checks so that parents and carers can be assured that the provision is suitable to remain on the preferred provider list.

Contact Telephone
0118 9696369
Contact Email

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