In March we took the decision to suspend our service due to the coronovirus crisis. We hope to reopen in October, but this is dependent on Scottish Government and sector advice/guidelines.
We have updated our Data Protection and Data Security policies so as to be in line with the new GDPR regulations.
This summer we're planning to run a weekend walking programme, taking our more ambulant young people into the countryside. We're hoping that the whole family will join us on some of the walks.
This year our summer programme will run from the 4th July to the 13th July. Activities will include: games, dancing, aromatherapy, and trips out for leisure and culture. We're going to try out a new venue: The Yard in Edinburgh - it'll mean a longer day than usual but we think it'll be worth it!
We are delighted that Children in Need will be funding two of our after-school sessions until 2020...we're hoping Pudsey will come for a visit soon.
We had a very successful Easter Programme this year - funded by Awards for All...many thanks!
Did you know that whenever you buy anything online - from your weekly shop to your annual holiday - you could be collecting free donations for The DASH Club? There are over 3,000 shops and sites on board ready to make a donation, including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury's – it doesn't cost
Project Ability presents: Found Impressions.... Preview 10 February 2017, 10.30am Exhibition 13-18 February An exhibition and short film celebrating the work of children and young people with profound and multiple disabilities. Delivered by Project Ability in partnership with Glasgow Print Studios, PAMIS, The DASH Club and The Anchor Centre. Gallery Hours: Monday to Saturday, 10-5pm
At The Dash Club we are always looking for new ways to offer more activities and better sessions for young people with disabilities, however this won't be possible if it was not for the funding we receive. That's why we are announcing that people can now to donate to The Dash Club by text. Text