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The Lighthouse Project

04
Mar
6.30PM to 8.30PM
Heatham House Youth Centre, Whitton Road. View map

The Lighthouse Project is a fun and welcoming youth club for young people aged 11-24 with ASD/ADHD. The club has been running for over 10 years and has been a great support network for all the members to be able to discuss any concerns or simply have fun in a safe environment.

The sessions are every Thursday evening 6:30-8:30pm for mixed ages 11-24 and involve activities such as; games, quizzes, sports, art, tie-dye, movie nights and much more! We also go on occasional trips and run a great summer programme!

Membership is by referral only - there is no open access. Referral can be made by professionals or parents. To discuss whether this club might be suitable for a particular young person or to arrange a visit please contact us.

The group is open to young people from the Richmond and Kingston boroughs.

Note: Sessions may be held online due to COVID restrictions.
Thursday evenings 6:30-8pm via google meet link sent out in advance.
If anyone would like to join the project please contact meg.scott@achievingforchildren.org.uk

Event details

Basic Details

Age of Users
From 11 To 24

Organiser and Contact Details

Organiser
Meg Scott, Lead Youth Worker

Costs

Costs

Free

Event Repeats

Repeats

This event repeats on the following dates:

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Venue and Accessibility

Accessibility

Accessible building
Yes
Accessible toilets
Yes
Staff have specialist training
Yes

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