John's Club provides a unique service offering Social and Recreational activities for disabled people, people with learning difficulties and mental health. We encourage our members to learn new skills, expand their knowledge, fulfil their potential and thereby increasing their independence. Members can enhance their employment prospects, make new friends and boost their self-confidence. By improving their life skills members are able to integrate into the community more fully. Social inclusion of disabled people benefits the community by helping non disabled to understand disability issues and members also benefit by making a contribution to society. Parents, guardians and carers also benefit by the club providing them with some respite.
Our aims are; to promote the benefit of social, sporting and educational activities to those both young and old on the Isle of Wight with a learning or physical disability and/or mental health problems. To provide a social club for them, encourage their independence, further develop life skills and to give respite to their parents or guardians and carers.
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John Phillips (MBE) chairman and founder of John's Club.