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7 O'Clock Youth Club (Camden Council)

(Also known as Disability Project Integrated Youth Support Service)

Youth club for young people with learning difficulties and/or physical disabilities aged 13-19.

Contact details

Contact Name
Catherine Andrews
Contact Position
Senior Disability Inclusion Youth Worker
07827 859417


Activity location
The 7 O’ Clock Club meets on Monday and Thursdays from 6.30pm – 8.30pm. The sessions take place on Mondays at Fresh Youth Academy, 25 Bertram Street, London N19 5DQ, and on Thursdays at Somers Town Youth Centre, 134 Chalton Street, London, NW1 1RX.
Integrated Youth Support Service Disability Project
London Borough of Camden
8th Floor, 5 Pancras Square
c/o Camden Town Hall, Judd Street,

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Mondays and Thursdays from 6.30pm-8.30pm.
Time of day


Membership fee £2 per session

Further details

Parent Body
Camden Council Supporting People Directorate.
Client Group
Children and young people 13-19 years with learning difficulties and/or physical disabilities.
Catchment Area
Referrals Policy
Self-referrals, with parental consent, and professional referrals accepted.
Referral required?
British Sign Language (BSL)
Language note
Mixed including Makaton.
Camden Town with Primrose Hill Ward
Last checked date
Record ID

Local Offer

About Local Offer
Local Offer Age Bands
Preparing for Adult Life 14-25
School Age Children & Young People 5-18
SEN Provision Type
Where is the service located and what areas does it cover?

Borough wide services are located in several Camden and voluntary sector buildings

Who does your service provide for?

Disabled young people aged 13 – 25 and additional support and information for parents/ families

How can a child or young person start using the service?

Referral through Mosaic or other social service school college and self-referral in Camden  

How are decisions made about eligibility for your service?

Internal process agreed with Camden IYSS and other Camden partners (e.g. Mosaic/ Short Breaks)  

How do you communicate with service users and how are they involved in decision making/planning?

Through face to face work with young people in club sessions and projects. All service users are consulted on the programmes and the Reactive Forum is set up to directly feedback users views on Camden’s services.

Is your service fully accessible?


What training have the staff supporting children and young people with SEND had/or will be they be getting?

Our Staff are specialist youth workers in the field of SEND and have worked with this user group for over 10 years. 

Who should a service user contact if they want to raise a concern or complain about something?

Catherine Andrews , Senior Disability Inclusion Youth Worker. By telephone on 0207 974 7189 or by email to

Who can a parent carer/young person contact for further information?

Catherine Andrews , Senior Disability Inclusion Youth Worker. By telephone on 0207 974 7189 or by email to

The Local Offer is a free and impartial service provided by Camden Local Authority. Any service or provider mentioned in this Local Offer, does not represent a recommendation or endorsement of the service or quality of the service provided. You are responsible for undertaking your own checks to determine suitability of the service and provider.

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