Young Carers Services South East Northumberland

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Buffalo Community Centre
01670 363858
eileencartie@yahoo.co.uk
Buffalo Community Centre , 55 Regent Street , BLYTH
Junior Youth Club 
 Monday 4:30pm-6:30pm Ages 6-13

Monday 7pm-9pm – for young people with mild-moderate learning difficulties

age 13-26 years

Wednesday and Thursday 545pm-730pm Ages 8-16

 

 

Cramlington Learning Village
01670 712311
jmilburn@cramlingtonlv.co.uk
Cramlington Learning Village, Highburn, Cramlington
Cramlington Learning Village
8.30-4.30pm Term Time

 

Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project
01670 739009

Claire Gascoigne

Middle Farm Buildings, Station Road, Cramlington
Young Carers Groups
Young carers need the opportunity to be young people, time to recharge their batterines in a fun supportive environment, have emotional support and know where they cna go for help and who can help.  Our Young carers groups enjoy playing games, cooking, sports, music, recreation, trips to local parks, woods, beaches etc.  They have opportunities to participate in a number of accredited awards and schemes including John Muir Aware and Duke of Edinburgh Aware Bronze to Gold levels.
Juniors (8-13)

Monday 5.00pm-8.00pm

Seniors (13-18)

Wednesday 5.00pm-8.00pm

 

Newsham and New Deleval Youth Forum
07729 654664
Beatrice Avenue, Blyth, NE24 4DA
Open Wednesdays 430-630pm and Fridays 6pm-8pm for 11-19 year olds

Find us on Facebook @newshamyouth

 

Silx Teen Bar
01670 351356
Facebook @silxteenbar

www.silxteen.com

silxteen@aol.com

5 Church St, Blyth, Northumberland, NE24 1BG
Youth Drop in 
Employibility, health advice and support, summer programme, recreational and educational activities.
Employibility project

Monday, Wednesday and Friday 12pm-3pm – ages 16-25

 

Healthwatch Northumberland
03332 408468
helene@healthwatchnorthumberland.co.uk
Children and Young People’s Development Worker and Advocate
Healthwatch Northumberland (Adapt NE), Burn Lane, Hexham, Northumberland, NE46 3HNHealthwatch Northumberland helps people of all ages and all backgrounds (including children and young people) to have their say about how local health and social care services should be delivered (e.g. GPs, hospitals, opticians, dentists, chemists and care homes). We listen to people’s feedback (good and bad) about services which you have used and report this back to those in charge of planning, providing and delivering them so they can make improvements, where needed. Furthermore, we offer support to people who need it to make a complaint about an NHS Service that they have used through our “Independent Complaints Advocacy Northumberland” (ICAN) service. You can put in a complaint yourself or with the support of an adult (e.g. a parent) and/or one of our advocates.Healthwatch Northumberland also has a “Children and Young People’s Reference Group” and we are always looking for new members! The main aim of this group is to ensure young people (up to the age of 25) are heard and have their say in how local health and social care services should be delivered in Northumberland.

Please get in touch for more information or if you have some feedback about a recent experience which you’d like to share with us.

Mon – Fri,  9am – 5pm

http://www.healthwatchnorthumberland.co.uk

 

Carers Northumberland
01670 320025
info@carersnorthumberland.org.uk
107-109 Station Road, Ashington, NE63 8RS
Young Carer Opportunity Fund
• General Support
• Active Young Carers
• Access to grants to take a break from the caring role We currently provide a basic advice, advocacy, information and general support to young carers
• Advice and InformationWebsite & Small Grant Young carers can apply for yearly. Young Carers Opportunity Fund – young carers can apply for a grant to take a break from caring.
Northumberland Young Carers Website
Information and support for young carers in northumberland go to www.northumberlandyoungcarers.org
Monday-Friday 9-5am

 

PALS (Patient advice and liaison service) 
0800 0320202 or text 01670511098
northoftynepals@nhct.nhs.uk

Admin enquiries: Catherine Lee

FREEPOST PALS
PALS is a free, confidential NHS service for patients, their families and carers, of all ages. It is there to help with information, advice and support and to sort out any problems about NHS services and can also pass on compliments and suggestions
PALS staff will help to find answers to questions and sort out any problems quickly and informally. The phone line is staffed during office hours and any messages left will be responded to the next working day.

 

Headway Arts
01670 351962

Headway ArtSpace, The Old Church, Waterloo Road, Blyth, NE24 1BY

kerri@headwayarts.co.uk
www.headwayarts.co.uk
Projects and outreach workshops can be set up anywhere on demand. Generic young people’s work. Dedicated young carer’s work. Respite -Short breaks involving creative
workshops including drama & creative arts. Blyth Carnival club runs after school Tuesdays 4-8.30pm. Wellbeing, self expression and relaxation is promoted in our
safe supportive environment. Headway Arts is a professional arts organisation and independent charity
producing high quality arts projects which offer disadvantaged groups the
chance to be included and contribute to the cultural life of their
communities.
The programme currently offers carnival arts workshops for young people
on Tuesday evenings 4-6pm and Samba band until 8.30pm. All ages
welcome. No experience needed.
We can offer work experience and volunteer placements on arrangement.
We work with schools and children and young peoples centres to develop
programmes based on the needs and learning goals of the young people
and families.
We offer bespoke project services and often work with groups to develop
new projects responding to their requirements, ideas and interests.
Our CoCreART workshop programme offers weekly workshops to learning
disabled people in dance, drama and creative arts. Mon-Thurs 10-3pm
Mon-Friday 9.30-5pm, Tuesday 9.30-8.3pm (Carnival club)

 

The Toby Henderson Trust
03003653055

Toby House, Earth Balance, Bedlington, NE22 7AD

lynda.richardson@ttht.co.uk
www.ttht.co.uk 
We offer a safe and secure environment for children and young people to meet peers who encounter similar highs and lows directly linked to living with a sibling with autism.

We have previously been out in the community, bowling, theatre, day trips to, and much more. Whilst based at Toby House we have fun with guests coming in to help us cook and make pottery plates to celebrate our sibling relationships. We also enjoy film nights.

Children and young people invited to sessions should make their own decision if they wish to attend as activities change on a monthly basis. We are located on a bus route for activities based at Toby House and most other activities organised out in the community can also be accessed via public transport.

Sibling Superstars – ages 6-16

Monthly on a Tuesday evening from 5-630pm.  In Easter and Summer holidays we provide an extended service during the day subject to planned activities.

 

Northumberland Youth Service
07973601079

Northumbria House, Cramlington, Northumberland, NE23 6UR

ashley.brown@northumberland.gov.uk
Northumberland Youth Service
 

A number of young people with care responsibilities already access some of our services/sessions.  We welcome and encourage their involvement and always try and cater our provision on the needs of individual young people.   The majority of our services cater for 13-19 year olds but we do on occasion work with other young people outside of this age range.

For more information and details of session times please see our website.

The Toby Henderson Trust

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