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Badaguish Outdoor Centre

Badaguish is an exciting yet sheltered environment, which people of all abilities can enjoy.

The Centre provides twenty four hour respite care for unaccompanied individuals and groups of up to ten people with learning and multiple disabilities.

Activity Holidays for those with special needs -- April to the end of October, Monday – Friday.  Flexible dates are available over the winter period.

Badaguish has an extensive range of full day, half–day, evening activities to suit all abilities and ages.

Activities include mountain biking, archery, canoeing, indoor climbing, rock climbing, abseiling, scrambling, hill–walking, problem solving, zip wiring and a high ropes course which offers ‘challenge by choice’ and team–building opportunities.

All activities are run by qualified, experienced instructors who enjoy helping people to make the most of their time.

There is also self catering accommodation in well equipped lodges, wigwams and camping. Suitable for families, adult groups, school, youth groups and special needs groups.

Badaguish is a resource centre for adults with learning disabilities.Support may be provided within the Day Centre or in the community. The centre works to enable and support clients to achieve skills necessary for social integration and independence, through education, recreational, cultural opportunities and  working in partnerships with other services and individuals.

 Referrals to the centre usually come from Social Work Services.

Badaguish is committed to providing a user led service delivering  a needs led and outcome focussed service to each individual service user.

Further information and contact details

Street Address: Badaguish Outdoor Centre, Glenmore, Aviemore, Inverness, PH22 1QU

Telephone: 01479 861 285

Fax: 01479 861 258

Email: info@badaguish.org

Website: www.badaguish.org

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Please Note: There will be some instances where funding will be required to access a service listed in this directory. Application for this requires to be made following appropriate Highland Council and/or NHS assessment for Adult Services and consequent resource allocation procedures. Further information on accessing services can be obtained from your local Adult Services Team.