As far as youth organisations go, the fabb model is quite unique; in the majority of cases, clubs and groups tend to cater exclusively for people with disabilities or conversely they fail to attract individuals with disabilities for fear of exclusion or discrimination.
FABB makes an attempt to challenge both personal and social barriers through the provision of an informal activity programme in a youth group setting.
Through the provision of a weekly activity programme, young people are given the opportunity to experience a variety of exciting and challenging activities which help build confidence, promote independence and develop an understanding of the needs and aspirations of others.
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Bathgate Partnership Centre