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East Lothian - Monday 5.30-6.30pm,
Small class setting delivered in partnership with Dance Division.
NEW classes start 26th and 1st March respectively. Young people with ASD and young people with learning difficulties.
Email email@example.com to register a place. Weekly contribution of £3 per week.
Block lasts until school holiday break in June 2018.
West Lothian -classes for young people with ASD will start in Spring 2018. 45 minute class on a Thursday evening at Broxburn Sports Club.
New sports and activities including Para Climbing, outdoor pursuits.
Come and try sessions will start within the next few months.
Register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org
COACH ENABLERS scheme. For young people to volunteer and support their peers in a sporting environment.
Coach Enablers role is to encourage participation, play along side and support young people with disabilities who may require additional coaching, using a peer educator approach.
Coach Enablers can work individually or within the wider group.
Scottish Charity SC047640 (SCIO)
Edinburgh - new programme of football for young people with ASD planned to start in Spring 2018.
A Saturday morning open session is planned - please register your interest. Ages 10-16 years.
West Lothian- currently recruiting more players for the successful West Lothian football sessions in partnership with Broxburn United Sports Club. Come along for a visit. Every Thursday 5-6pm at Broxburn United.
East Lothian- Football every Tuesday at Ross High School, Tranent for young people with ASD aged 10-16 years. Younger children considered as two groups established.
Send an email to email@example.com to learn more. This does not guarantee you a place on the programme.
Team United Sports is a registered charity (SCIO) SC047460
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