Things to do for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities in the area
Whatever your interests might be, you can find information about the various leisure and social activities for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in and around the local area. Some of these activities are provided through mainstream services for all young people and some are specialist activities for children and young people with SEND.
Information about Youth club sessions and activities for young people can also be found on 'WAMSTER'- the young people section of the Royal Borough website. The Family Service Directory also has information about a range of mainstream activities available to all children and young people in the local area.
How to search for information:
- Use the purple 'view all Leisure Local Offer services' box on the right to see all services in this category and then narrow your results for example by age or location.
- Use the 'search for specific information' toolbar at the top of the page and enter a keyword if you know the name of the service you are looking for.
- Click on one of the quick links below.
Quick links to service listings and advice and guidance:
- Activities provided by local mainstream Leisure Centres.
- Activities provided by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’s Youth Services for all children and young people.
- Local library activities for families.
- Children's Centre activities for young children and their families.
- Specialist activity centres in the local area such as Camp Mohawk and Thames Valley Adventure Playground (TVAP).
- Autism friendly cinema screenings and discounts for carers to attend with their child/young person.
- Social groups for children and young people with SEND and their families provided by local voluntary groups including Autism Berkshire, East Berkshire Down Syndrome Group, South East Berkshire Deaf Children's Society, Berkshire Phab, Berkshire Vision, Stand out for Autism, Peapods Support Group, and the Autism Group.
- Sports activities and specialist sports centres such as Sportsable.
- Events and days out in the local area.