is a resource unit
for people from 18 to 50 years of age. As people have understood the
possibility of independence, we have moved away from the traditional activities
of day care and turned to leisure and the opportunities it presents for social
interaction with other members at The Point and out in the general community.
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 then be reluctant to try anything new. So they may have several reasons for ’opting out’ or avoiding an activity. Alternatively parents or carers may have been over concerned about making their Childs world safer -