PathWEYES

PathWEYES

 

What is PathWEYES?

PathWEYES is a service for Young People with SEND who could benefit from some support accessing local services or activities by working with them to understand what they need or want to achieve, looking at local opportunities and helping them make steps towards taking part. The service is available to young people living in a North East or North Cumbria Postcode, aged from 11 to 18.

You may have an idea of the type of opportunities you want to access, such as peer groups, youth projects or mental health support, or you may want some more general help understanding what is nearby for you.

 

What can you expect if you take part in PathWEYES?

One of our experienced team will assess your needs and interests in 1-2-1 sessions and then signpost you to local services and activities that could benefit you. Once this part of the process is complete, they can signpost you to services and activities, provide introductions to useful organisations and, where relevant, connect you to a local mentor who will help you take your first steps to taking part.

 

How do I access support from PathWEYES?

If you would like to know more about PathWEYESor to request referral form, contact Sarah Bell, Project Co-ordinator at sen.referrals@children-ne.org.uk. You can enquire for yourself, or on behalf of someone you think would benefit.

 

I am waiting for diagnosis, am I able to access PathWEYES?

Yes, PathWEYES is open to everyone who identifies as living with a disability, regardless of what stage of diagnosis you are at and find that the support of a peer mentor can be beneficial support for those currently going through the process of diagnosis.