Kathleen & May Heritage Centre,
Connah's Quay, Deeside,
Every Monday from 2-4pm
Naomi Manton - MS Flintshire Group Helpline 07470 firstname.lastname@example.org
Boccia (pronounced Botcha) is a game suited to members with all abilities, it is a disability sport that tests muscle control and accuracy. Players propel balls to land close to a target ball. Two sides compete as individuals, pairs or as a team of three over a set number of ends. Each side has six balls (red or blue) each end to try and score points. Points are accumulated over the course of a match to find a winner.
Sounds simple? It is to get started, but the tactics of the sport offer both tension and excitement as the game plays put.
A ball can be rolled, thrown or kicked. If a player is unable to throw or kick the ball, they can use a ramp. If players are unable to release the ball with their hands, they can use assistive devices – head/hand pointer.
|Date and time:||Every Monday from 2-4pm|
|Contact details:||Naomi Manton - MS Flintshire Group Helpline 07470 email@example.com|
|Accessibility:||Accessible internal environment, Accessible toilet, Level access, Parking facilities for disabled people|
|Who should attend:||People with MS, families and carers|