Who we are:
Hackney Ark - Youth Council known as Hackney Captains is a group for young people with additional needs set up to give feedback about Hackney Ark health services available at Hackney Ark including:
Being a Hackney Captain can really make a difference to how Hackney Ark services will work with young people.
"We enjoyed our last meeting and are looking forward to hearing what our members have to say next. We’d love to see some new faces!"
What we do:
Hackney Captains help us understand how to change things for the better by giving feedback. There are lots of exciting things that we want help with; including some flyer designs, improving the waiting areas and the opportunity to become judges on a funding panel.
There will be free pizza AND opportunities to make the Hackney Ark better for young people!
Taking part in Hackney Ark’s Youth Council is a great way of adding experience to your CV.
Who is it for?
Hackney Ark - Youth Council - Hackney Captains is open to any young person aged 13-19 who is or has been known to any Hackney Ark service.
We can’t provide 1:1 support but the venue is accessible and we will have a Speech and Language Therapist present for young people who may benefit from this support on the day.
Young People are welcome to attend alone and will be made very welcome.
Or if they would prefer to attend with a friend/family member then both are very welcome.
Record Last Updated on: 12/06/2019
How to Get Here
Buses: 30, 56, 67, 76, 149, 243, 276,
Train: Dalston Kingsland, Hackney Downs
Parking: The car park has 10 car spaces including two spaces for disabled drivers along with motorcycle and bicycle spaces.
Parking is restricted to clients and service users only.
Service users will need to use the entry-phone to alert main reception of their arrival and be permitted to enter the car park. Anyone using the car park does so at their own risk.
There are on street parking bays opposite the building.
Transport to Service? For some children & young people depending on their mobility needs.
Reception can ring for cabs for service users.
How to get to Forest Road Youth Hub
Buses: 30, 38, 56, 67, 76, 149, 236, 242, 243, 277, 488
Train: Dalston Junction
Parking: Drop-off and one disabled parking space in front of the centre; metered parking in surrounding streets
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