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MEMBERS SHOW OFF THEIR ART SKILLS FROM PAINTING TO MANY OTHER CRAFT FORMS

ONE OF OUR ANY GREAT INDOOR ACTIVITIES. WE ARRANGED FOR OWLS OF ALL KINDS TO COME TO OUR CENTRE  AND FLY OVER THE HEADS OF OUR MEMBERS ALONG WITH THE CHANCE TO HANDLE THEM

WE HAVE A LARGE PARKING FACILITY ALONG WITH ALL DISABLED ACCESS TO ALLOW FOR A LARGE RANGE OF BOTH AT THE CENTRE AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

Recent Adventures at The Point from a Variety of Activities

Many people with physical disabilities receive little or no encouragement to feel good about themselves. They may wrongly believe that being disabled is a failure and it's their fault and have feelings of worthlessness. They may be aware that other people have low expectations of them. People with visual and physical disabilities may become anxious and be reluctant to try anything new. They may have several reasons for 'opting out' or avoiding an activity. Alternatively parents and carers may have been overly protective and concerned about making their child’s world safer - so that as adults they may have missed out on activities they might have enjoyed but were not given the choice.


So at The Point, Scope West Sussex we think it is vital to involve people in many activities which will lead to each individual gaining the confidence to reach for the level of independence which is right for them.


John Watson Centre Manager

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Christmas with Santa at our Centre

Another Year For the Shop

The shop began trading in mid-December. Scope West Sussex centre manager John Watson said the independent charity was the only one in the county which helped physically handicapped adults aged 17-45. Most live around Bognor Regis - Chichester.