Does my child need to have a diagnosis to be supported?
We do not require a diagnosis to provide support, if you feel your child needs extra support to take part in a mainstream activity club then you can apply directly to Me2 Club using the application form.
What sort of activities do you support at?
Me2 Club supports at a range of different mainstream activity clubs including uniformed groups (Brownies, Cubs etc.), football, swimming, badminton, art and drama clubs. The activity needs to be aimed at all children and young people and cannot be a group specifically aimed at children with additional needs. We are only able to support at after school activities that take place Monday – Friday. To see more information about activities, visit our activity club page.
Who arranges the activity?
Parents find, organise and fund the activity club for their child. Following this we will then liaise with the activity leader to ensure they know the role of the volunteer in the group. If you are unsure about clubs in the local area, then please look at our activities list or speak to one of our AVC’s about what is available.
Can I have a volunteer to support at more than one activity?
Due to the amount of applications we receive, we are only able to support each child at one activity club.
Can I apply for a volunteer if I don’t live in the Wokingham or Reading Borough?
We are a Wokingham and Reading Borough Charity we are only able to support young people with additional needs whose home address is in the Wokingham or Reading Borough.
What if I cannot afford to send my child to an activity?
We believe it’s important that all children can take part and join in, but we know that sometimes financial circumstances might make it difficult for a child to attend an activity. If you would like you child to access a particular activity but the costs are a barrier for you please contact us
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