Phab's work includes:
- Supporting our network of over 170 Phab Clubs across England and Wales, with over 8,000 members
- Developing new Clubs in local communities to meet identified need
- Our exciting programme of Inclusive Living Experience Residential Projects at fully accessible outdoor activity centres for children and young people,
- National and Regional events bringing together Phab Clubs, members and volunteers
- Our two wheelchair accessible holiday homes at Weymouth, enabling families to have a much needed break away
- Working with young people to develop and support Phab Clubs and holiday projects at Universities and schools
Our 170 Phab Clubs welcome people of all abilities, with friends and families joining in, reducing loneliness and social isolation, impacting on the well-being, confidence and independence of all involved, and with Regional and National events bringing Clubs and members together.
Phab's Inclusive Living Experience Projects enable disabled or disadvantaged children and young people aged 8 to 25 to enjoy the same challenges and experiences as non-disabled children as they take on a range of exciting activities at fully accessible outdoor activity centres in the New Forest and Lake District - building confidence, independence, practical and personal skills whilst having great fun together.
Our two wheelchair accessible holiday homes at Weymouth in Dorset enable families to have a much needed break away together, confident that everything they need will be in place when they arrive.
And our work with young people as volunteers continues, with Phab Clubs or Holiday Projects now supported by students at universities in Nottingham, Warwick, Birmingham, Exeter, Bristol and Reading, and in schools including Westminster, Merchant Taylors', St. Helen's, Wellington and Aldenham.
Charity No: 283931
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