Inclusive Support Services

Information about our Inclusive Support team and what we can provide for children and young people who have complex support needs.

What's available?

The Inclusive Support team provides a range of social and leisure opportunities for children and young people who have complex support needs.

There are 2 parts to the service:

Holiday programmes

Run for 7 weeks per year during the school holidays with camps running over:

  • 2 weeks at spring
  • 4 weeks at summer
  • 1 week at autumn school break

The programme provides a variety of social and leisure opportunities that encourage peer interaction and support young people to have fun in a safe and stimulating environment.

Clubs

  • Run weekly over the term time.

Our Football Club, Eastwood Tigers, and our multisport and play club, The Warriors, are delivered in partnership with coaching staff from East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust (ERCLT).

Eastwood Tigers offers children the opportunity to be physically active, learn to play effectively as part of a team and develop their coordination and ball skills.

The Warriors provides opportunities for children and their siblings to play and have fun together in a safe and supported environment.

The Inclusive Support team works with SuperERkids who organise a variety of clubs over evening and weekends.

Eligibility criteria

The Inclusive Support services are available to children and young people aged 5 to 18 who have a diagnosed disability and live in the East Renfrewshire area.

How to access the service

Email: Inclusivesupport@eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk

Phone: 0141 577 8300

How much does it cost?

Holiday programmes cost £35 per day.

There's no charge for term time clubs.

All charges are subject to review and you can call the Inclusive Support team for up to date information on charges.

Help with costs

You can get help with the costs of the holiday programme if you're on a low income or benefits.

A financial assessment will be offered that'll determine what (if any) charges are made.

Last modified on 19 May 2020

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