Welcome

Choose2 Youth is a not for profit Social Enterprise working with Children, young people and adults with disabilities and additional needs in York and North Yorkshire.  We are keen to hear from you about what is needed to support you & or your young people.

Our aim is to support and enable disabled people to reach their full potential by working with them and for them in a variety of ways. Actively involving them in creating opportunities which focus on their personal and social development. This includes settings such as youth clubs, inclusive D of E, holiday provision and social events. Volunteering opportunities, alternative learning provision which can be accredited and work experience.

1 month ago

It’s Friday Youth Club tomorrow, what would you like to do?

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1 month ago
Stay Up Late

We promised some big news today - and here it is. The wonderful @frankturner is giving away tickets for fans with #learningdisabilities to see him on his world tour #BeMoreKind #StayUpLate
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1 month ago

If you are doing any spring (lol) cleaning over Easter we are looking for unwanted toys and games even they are broken or have bits missing.

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1 month ago
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Results from Science Week.

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2 months ago

Odd socks for down syndrome awareness day

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2 months ago

Hi it’s Downs Syndrome Awareness day tomorrow, which means it’s odd sock day! Can we all try and remember to wear odd socks. Thanks! 🧦🧦🧦🧦🧦

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2 months ago

Easter Holiday Provision, if you would to book on let us know.

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2 months ago

It’s Friday Youth Club tomorrow, what like to do??

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2 months ago
Choose2 Youth

If anyone shops online please check this link out to find out how you can support Choose2 Youth at no extra cost!

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