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Youth Workers from Surrey County Council run Twister, which is a safe space where young people can meet to get support, make friends, and take part in fun, creative and awareness raising activities. It is for young people age 13 to 19 and up to 25 if the young adult has special educational needs or disabilities SEND.
Twister is just like any other youth group.
The young people choose how they spend their time there, with the main activities including art, crafts, music and cooking. At the start of the session some young people may choose to change into clothes that reflect their gender identity. Feeling safe and respected at Twister is important. For this reason, the venues where the groups take place are kept confidential. Before ing Twister, a youth worker will need to meet a young person to make sure the group is right for them. This first meeting can take place in a public place such as a coffee shop, library, youth centre, school or college.
Attending Twister is confidential. The young person doesn't need to tell their parents or friends why they attend the group. Gildford forum sex young people may prefer to travel to a Twister group outside of their local area, if they have not told friends and family about their sexual orientation or gender identity. Any concerns about privacy can be discussed with the youth worker at Twister.
To find out more about a Twister group or to ask toplease contact the relevant person from the list below:. Surrey children's charity Eikon run a weekly virtual youth club called iAmMe. In the sessions young people have the opportunity to meet others, get advice and be posted to other services when needed. At iAmMe young people take part in activities such as games, darts, cooking and just relaxing with friends.
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