Beeslack Family Disabled Club

Charity registered in Scotland SC020154

The primary aim of the club is to provide opportunities for all members to integrate socially and educationally in a warm friendly environment. This enables the club to: Promote social welfare for disabled people of all ages;

educational and recreational opportunities, thereby encouraging greater independence of disabled individuals; encourage by the involvement and participation of the whole family, greater support to the disabled persons and thereby develop greater support between families. The Family Disabled Club is able to offer a wide variety of activities such as Swimming, Woodwork, Cookery, Computers, Arts & Crafts, Music, and Community Lounge. Each week the attendance of individuals and groups may change, everyone still has the opportunity to access the activities that interested them. This group have achieved their primary aim by encouraging involvement and participation for all family members. The social and educational opportunities give greater independence therefore creating a much nicer overall experience.


Current opportunities

This is an opportunity to work with a dedicated group of volunteer and members who attend the Beeslack Family Disabled Club on a Sunday from 12.30 – 3.30 p.m. The group are always looking for new ideas and are always willing to try new things. Members have a keen interest in learning to paint, draw, sew and embroider and enthusiastic about spending time in the sensory garden. This is a very sociable group who greatly value the opportunities and activities the club provides. It is also a valuable contribution to your C.V and volunteers under the age of 25 can work towards Saltire Awards.

This is an opportunity to work with a dedicated group of volunteers and members who attend the Beeslack Family Disabled Club on a Sunday from 12.30 – 3.30 p.m. It offers the chance to meet with members and their families, chat and listen to what has happened during the week. Gain experience in how to serve behind a counter in a professional manner serving teas, coffees and snacks. It is a great way to develop a range of skills including customer services, actively listening, completing forms, stocktaking and cash handling. It is also a valuable contribution to your C.V and volunteers under the age of 25 can work towards Saltire Awards.

This is an opportunity to work with a dedicated group of staff, volunteer and members who attend the Beeslack Family Disabled Club on a Sunday from 12.30 – 3.30 p.m. The club have vacancies on the management committee for trustees in general and in specific business areas. We would be delighted to hear from you and to work together to ensure the club remains strong in its leadership and management, as well as to support sustainability and development.

This is an opportunity to work with a dedicated group of volunteers and members who attend the Beeslack Family Disabled Club on a Sunday from 12.30 – 3.30 p.m. The group are always looking for new ideas and are always willing to try new things. Members take part in maintaining and developing their dedicated garden space and enjoy being outdoors planting, growing and harvesting a variety of plants, flowers, fruits and vegetables. This is a very sociable group who greatly value the opportunities and activities the club provides. It is also a valuable contribution to your C.V and volunteers under the age of 25 can work towards Saltire Awards.