Folkestone ARRCC set up FoodWise to help provide everyday life skills

The Activities, Respite, Rehabilitation and Care Centre (ARRCC) in Folkestone is benefitting from new computer equipment and a new FoodWise project thanks to a £4,240 KCC Members grant from Bob Neaves, Frank McKenna and Hod Birkby.

The funding has made a real difference to the town’s ARRCC, which supports adults with physical disabilities and learning difficulties.

ARRCC's FoodWise project helps provide everyday life skills for people with learning disabilities

ARRCC’s FoodWise project helps provide everyday life skills for people with learning disabilities

A new computer suite has been set up for the users of the centre, to cater for their complex needs.

The project will provide practical and economical skills and will enable people with a disability to gain more independence through being able to prepare their own meals.

Folkestone ARRCC set up FoodWise to help provide everyday life skills was last modified: November 28th, 2016 by KCCpress