All of our programme of activities is provided through charitable funding, sponsorship and grants. Big thanks to everyone who supports us, especially Nottingham Hospitals Charity who are our main supporter.
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From young person to Peer Mentor and Volunteer!
WE INSPIRE YOUNG PEOPLE:
An AQA accredited course. Find out more and get involved …
YOUTH CLUB & GROUPS:
Enables young people to come together for peer support
WELCOME TO THE NUH YOUTH SERVICE …
Our award-winning Youth Service supports young people aged 11-21 years, living with a wide range of long-term health
The Youth Service will:
Young people to reach their potential
Young people to have a voice
Support young people to ACHIEVE
The Youth Work course has been fantastic! I have learnt about new theories and skills to give me more confidence when working with young people.
This is a great learning experience for me! I have learnt to work as part of a team and encourage others whilst making a difference to the lives of young people in hospital.
Youth Club helps me to get away from everything and talk to people about any problems I am having. It’s great having my own space and time when I need it.
Brilliant Youth Room – great people and very good at keeping me sane in this place!
Thank you for inviting me on the residential. It was the best trip that I have been on! I met lots of new friends and it helped my confidence.
I can’t speak enough good words about the Youth Service – I’m not sure where I would be without them!
I am so grateful for the Youth Room. The staff are really friendly, caring and supportive. They always listen to me.
I have met loads of new friends and done stuff I would never imagined I would. Having a chronic condition does not have to hold you back!
I am proud to be part of a fantastic team who work well as a unit and make activities enjoyable for everyone.
Well done to all of you for recognising the needs of these young people and their families and developing a best practice initiative!
What is the
…it’s for young people aged 11-19 years, living with long-term health conditions. It is designed to help you meet other young people, manage your health condition and develop life skills.