The purpose of SARC is to coordinate services and accommodations for students with documented disabilities.
Our most common activities include reviewing disability documentation, meeting with students to determine appropriate accommodations, and partnering with other areas on campus to implement these accommodations.
All new members are vetted by experienced volunteers.
We are thus very different to other dating sites and all profiles are genuine.
We are a run as a respectful and very personal international private club.
Members enjoy peer support, friendship and romance, and many find love.
In 2017 DSF celebrated 40 years as the disability sport lead body in Fife for children, athletes and players of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning disability.
DSF is a branch of Scottish Disability Sport with a charity registration number of (SC 020994) Disability Sport Fife and parent body Scottish Disability Sport organise a series of workshops / courses in Fife throughout the year in addition to those provided by Active Fife and SDS nationally. Within this section you’ll find links to download the most recent results from competitions and events.Key Impact Areas • Increasing and sustaining weekly sports sessions - engagement and participation • Identifying, inspiring, supporting and retaining members of all levels of ability - engagement and participation • Providing quality education, coaching and volunteering opportunities - learning • Supporting performance Para athletes to realise their ambitions through sport - performance • Accessing different communication platforms to inform, engage and celebrate - communication • Promoting strong governance principles - governance • Using the principles of Get Out Get Active in Fife, supported by Spirit of 2012, to encourage inactive people to be active as often as possible - active recreation Success on the International Stage DSF athlete members have been successful in European Championships, World Championships and Paralympic Games all over the world.Since 1977 we have supported 25 DSF members to become GB Paralympians.Our individual members and teams have enjoyed enormous success in Scottish national events across all sports.Events, Activities and Training Each year we organise an extensive programme of sports events and provide education and training opportunities for coaches, volunteers and peer mentors.The University is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, veteran status, or marital status.