Creative Transitions is a lottery funded community project working with or alongside many other organisations. The organisations below may be of interest to young people between the ages of 16-25 with additional needs and their families.
Hull and East Riding
Hear Me Out YPEG
Hear Me Out YPEG (Young Person's Engagement Group) is made up of young people aged 14-25 with special educational needs and/or a disability (SEND), who meet up across Bridlington and the surrounding area within the East Riding of Yorkshire.
The aim of the group is to make new friends, have fun, learn about what affects them and to tell others what they want: to have their voices heard!
A charity in Hull and East Yorkshire, set up by four mums to empower families facing autism, mental health and educational barriers. Promoting social inclusion among children and young adults with autism or mental health conditions and their parents/carers/families who are socially excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of their disabilities
An East Riding of Yorkshire based charity offering a diverse range of person centred support to young people with severe learning disabilities and or autism.
Improving the lives of people with a range of learning disabilities including those with autism spectrum condition and complex needs.
To support the individual needs of these young people and their families through the provision of high quality day services.
A not for profit organisation which works with primarily adults & children people with autism spectrum disorders. We also work with children and adults with other developmental disorders, physical and mental disabilities. Based at The ArtSpace, our gallery and workshop in Thorne, South Yorkshire, we offer a welcoming, supportive environment to enable people to discover their creativity.
East Riding College
East Riding College welcomes more than 1,600 full-time students every year, with thousands more taking apprenticeships, part-time and higher education courses. Our main campuses are in the beautiful historic market town of Beverley and the popular coastal resort of Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire, with a smaller site in Hull.
Scunthorpe and North Lincs
Unique Friends are a not for profit organisation that provide activities, support, and information to children, young people and adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities aged 0-99 years and their families. We are based at The Annex in Gilberdyke and welcome families from the surrounding areas of East Yorkshire.
North Lincs Music Hub
Committed to providing the highest quality music education and standards of musical excellence. Their aim is to inspire all children and young people (regardless of race, gender, background, educational need or disability) to develop artistic talent and achieve personal goals both within and beyond the classroom.
Magic Moments for Autistic Kids
A Charity set up to help kids on the autistic spectrum and their families. They raise funds so they can turn their dreams into reality, and give them the help and support they need, as well as give help and support to their families. Winners of the prestigious Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2009, they are located on Market Hill, Scunthorpe.