Community inclusion with SEND
As you prepare to become an adult, you may want to get involved in your local community. Whether this means joining a local group, taking part in council activities or building and maintaining relationships and friendships.
Becoming an adult
Friendships, relationships and understanding who you are is a big part of becoming an adult. As well as understanding what a good and a bad relationship or friendship is, finding out more about sexual health, body image and emotions is also important.
Days out, activities and groups in your community
How about having a day out in Kent, or join a local group or support network near you in a hobby you love? You could take part in a new sport, join a youth club, attend a theatre group or visit the cinema.
Get involved in your council
Support for young people released from custody
If you have been released from custody, there is plenty of support available to help you to get back into your local community safely. Our youth justice team have put together a guide to explain the custody process, and a list of contact details for our teams.
- develop new skills and experience
- enhance your CV
- gain valuable references
- meet new people
- make a difference to other people’s lives
- build your confidence in the workplace.