Who we are…

This is a service which meets the needs of young people with Autism and associated learning disabilities. It is designed to provide stimulating, enjoyable and rewarding activities throughout the day which are specially designed for each person.

Our service encourages every young person to be as independent as possible by promoting positive and meaningful experiences based on a person-centred approach through choices, my plan, one page profiles and staff matching.

We provide a range of activities which are important to the young person within a safe, supportive and friendly environment indoors, outdoors and in the community, delivered by a highly trained and experienced staff team who are responsive to every individual’s needs, circumstances and environment. 

Find offers AQA certificated activities, this will enable all the students who access Find services the chance to undertake an activity specific to them and obtain a certificate of achievement at the end of their chosen activity.
Within Find3 we have different activity rooms - an art room, a kitchen and laundry, a computer room, quiet areas and recreational areas for social activities. There is a fully-equipped disabled toilet on the ground floor and additional facilities on the first floor.

We provide opportunities to enhance the young person’s social and communication skills to build positive relationships, confidence and self-esteem.

Where to find us…

Our building in Hessle offers a supportive environment with a calm atmosphere and clearly defined learning rooms and leisure spaces.The building is very secure, set in its own space with a wide gated entrance.

As well as its own plentiful outside space (some of which is reserved for parking and a drop off area), Find3 is ideally placed to access local services, leisure centres, transport links and there is plenty of opportunity for fresh air and exercise with the Hessle Foreshore, Humber Bridge and the Country Park just a short distance away.


Find3 is open to adults (aged 16 plus) with Autism Spectrum Disorder and associated learning disabilities, who have left full-time education. It is open 51 weeks of the year except for public and bank holidays, and students can attend up to five days a week.

All service users will have a full assessment to ensure that we are able to meet their needs and to provide a person centred plan.

We anticipate that students will pay by direct debit on a monthly basis using their individual/personalised budgets that have been agreed with their social service provider.

How to access our service and contact details…

Our assessment process can begin as soon as we receive your expression of interest form, which can be accessed by clicking here or by contacting the manager of Find3, Gayle Rea on the contact details below or by emailing direct to:

Miriam House
The Hourne
East Yorkshire
HU13 9LJ
01482 640253