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About the Service
About the Organisation
Project Inc. is Bristol City Robins Foundation pan disability football programme which provides an opportunity for both young people and adults with disabilities the opportunity to make friends, get active and have fun, free of cost. We run weekly pan disability football sessions across Bristol, there is no need to sign up in advance, simply turn up and get involved. If you have any questions about any of the sessions please contact email@example.com or call 07899991983.
|Monday||From 17:00||To 18:30||Pan Disability Football & Multi Skills session at Ashotn Park Sports Centre, BS3 2JL (Outdoors) - Ages 5 - 18 years old|
|Tuesday||From 18:00||To 20:00||Youth & Adult Pan Disability Football Hubs, Imperial Sports Ground, BS14 9EA (Outdoors) - Ages 5 - 16 (18:00-19:00) & Ages 16+ (19:00-20:00)|
|Wednesday||From 17:00||To 18:30||Pan Disability Football & Multi Skills session at Bridge Learning Campus, BS13 0RF (Indoors) - Ages 5 - 18 years old|
|Friday||From 17:30||To 18:30||Youth Pan Disability Football Hub at Bradley Stoke Community School, BS32 9BS (Indoors) - Ages 5 - 16 years old|
How do people access your service?
All of our sessions are free of charge
Type Of Service
We support the following age groups:
Who can use your service?
Anybody can take part in our service.
Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?
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How do you aim to meet the unique needs of the child?
Project Inc. provides an opportunity for young people and adults with disabilities the chance to participate in fun activities, develop their fitness, and football skills whilst creating long lasting friendships. All our coaches are experienced in working in disability football. Anybody is welcome to take part in our sessions and we work and communicate with the participant and their parents/carers to make sure we create an environment they are comfortable in.
How do you promote positive relationships and ensure good, ongoing communication with families?
We constantly communicate with participants, their family and carers to make sure we are creating a positive environment that they want to keep coming back to, they feel safe, their views are listened to and their needs are met. We run our sessions so participants can communicate and work with each other to help create and promote positive and long lasting relationships.