Supported by the High Sheriff Ruby Sykes and the South Yorkshire Community Foundation

Welcome to the Aspergers Youth Club

Here at the Aspergers Youth Club (AYC) we provide a safe, non-judgemental and fun environment for children and young people aged 8 years and over with Aspergers or High Functioning ASD in the Doncaster area.

We meet every Wednesday during term time at the Intake and Belle Vue Children's Centre on Ardeen Road, Intake, Doncaster, DN2 5EU, between 5.30pm and 7.00pm.

There is a Playstation 4 and a Nintendo Wii, both with a selection of games, two iPads, toys, arts and craft materials, Lego & K'nex etc. We also have a tuck shop, where you can buy a selection of crisps, chocolate bars, canned pop and other drinks, all very reasonably priced. Every month we have a cooking or baking session, we hold sponsored events, go out for meals, and have a yearly trip to the seaside.  There is even a separate sibling's room, for those kids wishing to spend a little time apart from their ASD brother or sister.

Parents enjoy sharing a cuppa and a chat, and offer support and advice to each other.  It's a great chance for kids to make new friends, which opens up new opportunities for social development both in and away from the club.

Everyone is welcome to come along and join in; should you require any further information please e-mail Karena at  

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We look forward to seeing you!  

Please be aware that a parent / carer is expected to stay on the premises whilst their child is at the Club.

Recent Activities
Karena scoops award!
Our group leader Karena was recently honoured at an awards ceremony at Cutler Hall in Sheffield.  This was in recognition of her dedication to the Youth Club over many years.  Karena was invited to the event by Lady Ruby Sykes, the High Sheriff of Sheffield, and attended along with husband Kevin. Karena was delighted to receive the award, and can be seen pictured above at the gala dinner with Lady Sykes.  Well done Karena!