KPAC is a social enterprise that provides leisure, sporting and learning opportunities for disabled people, their parents and carers, including those with learning disabilities and difficulties. The organisation has the following aims: To develop a culture of lifelong learning; to widen participation and increase accessibility to learning opportunties; to encourage ownership of learning and empowerment; and to create a space for disabled people to learn.
KPAC supports local people in identifying opportunties open to them and help to remove barriers to reach their goals. We aim to give people choices about their learning, in particular we give disabled people advice and guidance about what opportunties are available. We welcome people to talk to us about their learning needs and what we can do to support their learning.
In the last four years, KPAC has had over 900 people take part in different activities and learning experiences that range from trampolining and adapted team sports, to skills for independent living including money, shopping, travel and socialising, right through to more traditional training such as employability skills and setting up a social enterprise. KPAC has won a number of awards over the last 4 years for its work with disabled people.
No volunteers required at this time