Attending BCS group programs for people living with disability is a friendly and highly social way to learn and develop skills, meet new people and keep connected with the community. Activities are developed according to participant interest and include a broad range of physical activities such as gym, dance and martial arts; art and craft classes; day and night outings, and more.
Any classes or groups offered by BCS (e.g. gym programs) can be accessed through an NDIS package however there are some groups that are specifically tailored to and popular with adults who live with disability.
BCS also offers a range of tailored individual supports that can be accessed through the NDIS. Please visit our BCS and the NDIS page for more information.
This class offers creativity in your own way, get your hands busy and create and relax with this cool class.
Attending BCS group programs for people living with disability is a friendly and highly social way to learn and develop skills, meet new people and keep connected with the community. Activities are ...
Be a little bold and try something new: make music, have fun and make new friends.
An experienced tutor will guide you through a variety of techniques in this exciting art class.
Come join Mr Tim and play drama games, make up songs and create performance pieces for an end of season show for your family and friends to enjoy! Lots of laughter and silliness guaranteed.
This is a friendly and welcoming beginners sewing group, covering the basics of machine and hand-sewing.
Learn the art of cooking at this friendly life skills group.
Join us for gentle exercise class using gym equipment and aerobics.
Join us for gentle circuit based exercise class.
Learn to cook meals that meet specific dietary and allergy needs such as gluten free, dairy free, or other requirements.
Learn to cook delicious and healthy meals.
A fun and active martial arts class with instructor James Tallon from Korean Martial Arts Academy Canberra.
Explore and try different sports by learning new skills in a friendly and safe environment.
Find out what Amy does here at BCS.
The halls of the Belconnen Community Centre will be a little quieter in 2019 as we say farewell to one of our long-time participants Ben, who is leaving Canberra for a new home.
Molly started coming to BCS after our NDIS Liaison coordinator encouraged her to try some social groups.
Belconnen Community Service has teamed up with a local Boomerang Bags community to make sustainable alternatives to plastic bags.
Prices vary, please contact us for details. BCS is a proud NDIS provider and this activities may be accessed through the NDIS.
To access any of these activities through your NDIS package, please contact the BCS NDIS Intake Coordinator on the details below.