What is DAZU?
DAZU is a registered charity, providing a range of recreational and educational activities for children and young people of all ages and all abilities.
All classes are taught by experienced and fully qualified teachers and helpers.
Concessionary and family rates can be offered to families who are unwaged or with more than one child attending a session.
We aim to provide a supportive environment for children who are disabled or who have learning difficulties. Please contact us if your child has specific support needs that require consideration when participating in classes and courses.
Young Carers' Project
DAZU runs the Young Carers Project for Enfield which was established in 1996 and we have a membership of 300 young carers and their families.
The Project was set up with the intention of supporting children who may have additional caring responsibilities within the home. Young carers could be caring for a relative who is disabled, has an illness or mental health problem. We provide a wide range of support to Young Carers, including:
If you are under 18 and feel you are in this position, or know someone who is, please contact Liz Newbury-Smith on 020 8373 2720 to make a referral or please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Term Time Activities
We offer a wide range of activities for children of all ages on a weekly basis as well as occasional trips and excursions for children attending classes.
Play Schemes and Holiday Activities
We provide holiday activities for children aged 5-11 every half-term and summer holiday. Families on our mailing list automatically receive notification of all holiday programmes not included n this brochure.
Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People
DAZU offers a professional counselling service available for children and young people in mainstream and special education. Children and young people with emotional and behavioural problems are offered a regular, confidential space to talk and think about things that are important to them.
Referrals can be made by any statutory or voluntary agency including schools and youth groups. Self-referrals may be made by individual children and young people as well as family members and carers.
Please contact us to find out our charges and for a referral form: 020 8373 2718.