FRIENDSHIP CLUBS FOR PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Aims of Arch Clubs
- To provide a social outlet for people with special needs.
- To develop the members social skills, self- esteem and quality of life through a dynamic range of activities.
- To provide support, information and respite for parents and families.
- To influence public policy towards those with special needs through contact with statutory agencies.
Lots of Music,
Lots of Fun,
Lots of Craic
at the Senior Arch Club Party 2015 recently held in Dublin
The Rainbow Junior Arch Club is a Saturday social club for children with special needs and their families.
It is based in Scoil Chiaráin in Glasnevin, Dublin 11, but families from all over north Dublin and Fingal come and enjoy the fun, friendship and activities on offer.The Club is for children with special needs aged 4 to 13 years.
The club can be contacted on 0858508316
Find the Rainbow Junior Arch Club on Facebook
Tramore Arch Club
We are very busy in the club at the minute with 72 members. Recently,
Supt. Finbarr Murphy invited us to visit our local Garda station. We had great fun visiting the cells, being handcuffed in Garda cars, turning on sirens, etc. During our visit we had a talk about safety . We were treated to drinks and goodies at the end of our visit. For information on our club contact Anne Crowley, Mobile: 087 6402190