A new overnight service is now available, any day of the week, with a qualified support worker.
Please contact the office for more details.
This club meets fortnightly on Saturdays, 10am until 12.30pm for children aged 6 to 11. Children have the opportunity to take part in many activities including baking, arts and crafts, using the sensory suite and visits to the local park. The Saturday Scene runs on alternate Saturdays to enable as many families as possible to benefit.
Runs for 5 weeks over the summer holidays. There is a very lively programme of activities, both on and off site, suitable for all abilities. The scheme is for young people aged 6 to 18 who must be referred to Parkside through Hampshire Social Services.
The focus for this group is exploring activities in the community, encouraging social inclusion and practising life skills. Two groups of teenagers attend on alternative Saturdays from 1pm until 5pm with several one-to-one support places being offered within the club. The scheme runs for 14 to 19 year olds. Every term there is a new programme of activities for teenagers to participate in with all activities being chosen by the teens themselves.
After School Club
The after school club is very popular with young people and parents alike. The club members eat their tea at the club and enjoy a wide choice of activities such as games, crafts, cooking and also unwinding in the sensory suite. It runs on Mondays from 3.30pm until 7.00pm. A cooked meal is available or children can bring along their own.
This club for young people aged 12 to 16 years meets fortnightly on a Saturday from 9.30am until 12.30pm. A programme of off-site activities is developed each term, to give the young people a sense of "moving on" and experiencing social opportunities in the wider community.
Children’s 1:1 Support
Provides a service offering individual support for children with learning disabilities in the community to enable them to access a wide range of social, educational and recreational activities.
A service to provide respite for families who have one or more children with special needs and who are involved with the Children’s Disabilities Team at Alton.
All clubs have a wide range of activities, such as Cinema days, Face Painting, Music Therapy Sessions, Arts and Crafts, Gardening, Karaoke, Snooker, Nature Trails, sessions in the sensory suite, parachute games.
There are also trips out such as swimming, bowling, visiting the Army Museum, the Golf Driving Range, Wheelchair Ice Skating, and local Garden Centres. People also come to visit us at Parkside such as Tails and Scales (a mini petting zoo), firemen, policemen, Science and circus entertainers.
You tell us what you are looking for...
You share the cost
You decide what you would like to do
*An activity with friends
*Attend a course/class
*Socialise and meet people
*Develop your skills
You plan your own programme!
- We provide a Support Worker
We will meet your needs
You just need to contact us