Consists of a network of FABB Clubs throughout Scotland. The clubs provide a valuable point of contact in local communities and offer an annual programme of activities.
To empower people who have disabilities to actively engage in the social, leisure, educational and vocational activities of their choice.
- Activities Development Project – an annual programme of residential activity courses throughout Scotland
- Edinburgh Inclusion Project – based in Edinburgh and involving young people in a range of activities and events every week
- Development Project – which assists new clubs to get off the ground and offers advice and support to existing clubs
- Open all Hours – Contemporary inclusive youth clubs for 14’s plus providing a range of activities at venues across Edinburgh
- Range of events, conferences and training opportunities
- EYSIP Edinburgh Youth SIP project – to provide training to youth services to work together to develop inclusive methods of working with young people with disabilities
- “The Bank” supports young disabled people (18 ) in planning and organising their own social and leisure activities
- FABB have developed a Disability Equality Training programme which has been delivered to mainstream providers in sport, leisure, outdoor education, cultural services, tourism, libraries, museums, and Citizens Advice Bureaux across Scotland.
There are clubs throughout Scotland, contact the organisation for further details.
Communication support needs:
- Members and service users of FABB Scotland may require communication support to:
- understand written and spoken language
- express themselves
- interact with others
- To consult with members and service users of FABB Scotland and involve them in a public engagement activity contact: Chief Officer; telephone 0131 475 2313
57 Albion Road