Short Breaks provider information and guidance

All activity providers can be fully inclusive. If you are a provider, this information can help you be more inclusive.

We provide information on what needs to be considered and how to identify some easy changes that you can make to your organisation or setting immediately. We also provide activities that include young people and parents.

If you would like to discuss or require support creating an inclusive activity provision, we would like to hear from you. Contact us directly and provide us with a brief description of your service, where you are based on the Isle of Wight, and your contact details.

Inclusion guidance documents

Local activity requests

Our service is always looking to increase the range of interesting, fun, and inclusive activities for children and young people with disabilities and additional needs on the Isle of Wight. The activities we offer range from after-school clubs, evenings, weekends, and school holiday activities with overnight stays.

These are some of the activities that children and young people have requested to be set up in their local area:

  • dance groups
  • sports, in general
  • Science and facts club for high-functioning young people
  • outdoor activities.

If you would like to offer any of the above opportunities, you can contact us directly or call us.

Testimonials from Short Breaks providers

This page will be updated with providers testimonials and children's and young peoples good news stories. Click on the links below to look at feedback and photos from parents and children who attend Short Breaks sessions:

Contact us if you are a Short Breaks provider and would like to send us your testimonials or good news stories.