FABB Scotland

Working towards the empowerment and inclusion of disabled people

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.

Aims:

To empower people who have disabilities to actively engage in the social, leisure, educational and vocational activities of their choice.

Services provided:

  • 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
    Volunteering opportunities
  • 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.

local groups:

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

Address

Norton Park
57 Albion Road
Edinburgh
EH7 5QY

Phone: 0131 475 2313
Website: http://www.fabb.org.uk/
Email: info@fabb.org.uk

Last updated: May 20, 2021 5:13 pm



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