WELCOME!

Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) Youth Service supports young people (11-21 years) living with a wide range of long- term medical conditions and disabilities, along with the siblings of the patients, in both Children’s and Adult Services.

 

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GET INVOLVED!

Our weekly Youth Club enables young people to come together for peer support and for personal & social development, whilst taking part in a wide-range of activities.

 

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GET INVOLVED!

Our Group Work Sessions are based upon young people’s interests and needs and enable peer and social development through small group work.

 

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CAN YOU HELP?

Support from local organisations enable us to offer many opportunities for young people. If you can support us in any way at all, please get in touch.

 

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FUNDING

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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TESTIMONIALS

There are many benefits to getting involved with the Youth Service.  We have lots of feedback from young people, staff, volunteers and families about the work that we do:

 

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 Latest News from NUH

Read Callum’s Blog:

From young person to Peer Mentor and Volunteer! Callum has recently secured a part-time Youth Work job in Nottingham thanks to skills and experience gained with NUHYS!

Read his story here:

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More about the NUH Youth Service

NUH Youth Service was established in 1998 and continues to provide quality youth work input to young people accessing hospital services in Nottingham.

Want to meet the Staff Team and find out more about us?

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NUH Youth Service Projects

Keep up-to-date with what is happening within NUH Youth Service:

Youth Club Sessions, Activity Groups, Young Adult Group, Youth Forum, upcoming trips and special events!

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WELCOME TO THE NUH YOUTH SERVICE …

Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) Youth Service supports young people (11-21years) living with a wide range of long-term medical conditions and disabilities, along with the siblings of the patients, in both Children’s and Adult Services. NUH Youth Service provides:

SUPPORT …for young people who access hospital services; giving them places to go, positive activities to do and someone to talk to.

EMPOWERMENT …enabling young people to have their voices heard and influence decision making at various levels.

OPPORTUNITY …providing a diverse range of personal and social development opportunities and a smooth transition into adult services, delivered by a skilled workforce.

I am so grateful for the Youth Room. The staff are really friendly, caring and supportive. They always listen to me.
Young person aged 15
I have nothing but positive praise for the Youth Service. The staff are fantastic, motivated and supportive to both young people and parents.
Senior Renal Nurse
Brilliant Youth Room – great people and very good at keeping me sane in this place!
Young person aged 15
I am proud to be part of a fantastic team who work well as a unit and make activities enjoyable for everyone.
Volunteer
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.
Volunteer
I was really bored in hospital until I was told about the Youth Room. You don’t have to stay in bed being miserable, it’s great!
Young person aged 14
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.
Volunteer
NUH Youth Service is a fabulous but increasingly necessary addition to Children’s Services here at NUH.
Senior Respiratory Nurse
I can’t speak enough good words about the Youth Service – I’m not sure where I would be without them!
Young person aged 18
Well done to all of you for recognising the needs of these young people and their families and developing a best practice initiative!
Consultant Paeditrician
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