Family Support

Who do we support?

Me2 Club support children and teenagers aged from 5 to 19 years old.

The children we support have a range of additional needs including:

  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Down’s syndrome
  • Global Development Delay
  • Learning difficulties
  • Speech & Language issues
  • As well as a range of other additional needs

We currently support children living in the Wokingham and Reading Boroughs.

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?

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 and children are also matched on personality, needs, experience and other factors.

Please note we cannot support at activities which are set up specifically for additional needs. Activities must be mainstream activities during the week i.e. Monday – Friday.

Volunteers will meet the parent and child at the activity and cannot provide transport.

Referring your child

How can you get help?

To get help please complete the registration form below.

We are experiencing a higher than usual level of demand for our service and are prioritising children known to Me2 Club. We are still able to accept new referrals for children, however, new requests for help will be added to a waiting list. Due to COVID-19 and our organisational recovery we cannot guarantee a time frame to take forward new referrals. A member of our team will contact you when we are able to offer your child a service.

We will let you know we have received the application and let you know where you are on the waiting list as well as an approximate waiting time.

Register your child here

The Matching Process

Child registration, taken off waiting list, home visit, matched with volunteer, home visit to meet volunteer, attend activity together

Our Family Events

For children who are attending an activity with one of our volunteers we also provide opportunities for the whole family to come together at our family events. For more information click here.


Our Easter party is an opportunity for the children, siblings and parents to come together, enjoy craft activities, meet the Easter Bunny and receive an Easter Egg.


At our summer party children and their families are able to enjoy a range of indoor and outdoor activities.


Each year at our Christmas party we have a magical grotto, where all the children get the opportunity to meet Santa and receive a gift. 

Register your Child

Register your child here

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