DSN are delighted to be an active supporter of Youth activities, and we are making a real difference to the social lives and development of young people within our community.
We fully believe in investment in Youth services, and look forward to developing exciting new projects in the future.
About Youth Vibe
Youth Vibe has grown over the years into an amazing, fully inclusive activity group for young people across the area. With approximately 100 members, weekly activities have encouraged and supported young people to become Young Leaders, and Duke of Edinburgh Award holders, and DSN is proud to be a Directly Licenced Centre of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards.
Friendships have been formed and challenges faced and overcome, and there has been a lot of fun along the way!
Youth Vibe Visit Granada Reports
Youth Vibe Sign 50 Challenge Video
Youth Vibe Residential 2019
Youth Vibe News & Social
Update News from Youth Vibe:- Summer Programme for young people if interested please click on the link below Youth Vibe Summer programme 2021
Its been a fun filled year for everyone involved in Youth Vibe! The annual report highlights just a fraction of the activities the young people have been involved in, which demonstrates our commitment to delivering an accessible & inclusive programme.Youth...
The future careers of a group of young D/deaf people were put into the frame recently after an “inspiring’ visit to ITV.A large group from Deafness Support Networks’ Youth Vibe, along with Youth Leader Hannah Nicoll were invited to Granada Studios following a...
Youth Vibe, which is run by Cheshire-based charity Deafness Support Network, has celebrated after being pitted against nationally renowned youth clubs and organisations in a bid to win The Children’s and Young People Charity Award 2019.Hannah Nicoll, youth service...
Swimming is a fun leisure activity for most people who enjoy jumping in and making waves in the water. But for deaf people, swimming comes with many complications. The most challenging is not being able to wear hearing aids, or cochlear impacts not functioning in the...