The Drop In Club
Hang out, spend time with friends and try out fun activities at The Drop In Club. “The Club” is for people who are aged 11 and up. Lots of us have disabilities, special needs, or difficulties with learning and communication. There is a small fee, but you can come for a free trial and see if you like it. Bursaries are available.
There are lots of activities you can try out while you are at The Drop In Club.
Take part, do your own thing or spend time in our quiet room whenever you want.
We also have special programs, activities and events – you can help plan them, and make them happen. The Drop In closes for the summer and reopens in September. Find out more in our monthly calendar.
April 2014 Calendar
March 2014 Calendar
Something to Share: Short films about The Club and our members
SCRI Annual Report 2013 web (for looking at online)
SCRI Annual Report 2013 (this is a larger file – it’s better for printing)
There is a monthly membership fee. Visit as often as you like, or you can choose to ‘Pay as you Go’. There are also bursaries available for people who cannot afford to pay the fee.
The Drop In Club is wheelchair accessible with adult change facilities.
Connect with others
SCRI Society ‘The Club’ also connects families, carers, and the wider community, joining people together to strengthen our voice, and make changes in our society. To find out more about our work, you can download our SCRI Annual Report 2013 (large file for printing) or SCRI Annual Report 2013 web (small file for reading online), visit our Facebook page, or join our Facebook group. We also have a Facebook group for parents of school aged children who want to connect about issues relating to education in Nova Scotia: Education Group.
Superstar Summer starts on July 15 and runs for four weeks. For more information, email Alice Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Drop In Club does not run during July and August.
If you are aged 10 to 12 and would like to come to the Drop In Club, please contact us for details, we often have activities that would be suitable. We generally recommend that younger people attend with a support worker. For more information email email@example.com or call/text Alice on 902 478 1917.