Saturday, February 13, 2016

Scottish Deaf Groups, Support and Clubs

Find a selection of websites offering deaf and hearing impaired support, social clubs and groups and advice in Scotland. Includes deafblind organisations along with details of parents and carers support for deaf adults and children living in Scotland.

ABLEize continually searches for local resources and maintains the largest collection of UK County wide disabled groups, clubs, support organisations and sports sites, if you know of a Scottish deaf, support or sports group not listed here feel free to drop us an email from the link at the bottom of the page.

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  • Undertakes the sale and rental of evac evacuation and transit chairs to assist with safe evacuation from multi storey buildings for the disabled...
  • The Bad Back Company

    Feb 9, 2016

    Osteopathic approved pain relieving supports and solutions for all back, shoulder, neck, knee, wrist and arm pain with free UK delivery and 30 day...
  • One of the largest providers of mobility products in the UK. Offers an exciting and comprehensive range of products from mobility scooters, walking...
  • Specialist and trusted Motability Ford dealership highlighting the full range of cars and vehicled for the disabled. Read FAQ about the scheme,...
  • Helping London landlords and disabled tenants with their accessible housing needs. Site includes property alerts for disabled tenants and...
  • We are the Online College of Art & Design and we offer wheelchair users online qualifications in Art & Design. These qualifications are nationally...
  • SEAT Motability Cars

    Apr 15, 2013

    Browse through an exciting range of Seat Motability cars, vans and MPV's to meet your motoring needs. Check out the models, prices and how to have...
  • Enjoy a canal boat holiday specially equipped for disabled people and their families with wheelchair accessible ramps, hydraulic lifts, hoist...
  • The Stick & Cane Shop

    Mar 14, 2012

    UK based company offering over 500 styles of quality walking sticks, canes and walking aids including seat sticks, quads and crutches. Products...
  • TouchGENiE a simple and easy to use system that converts your laptop, computer monitor or TV screen into touchscreen. The Overlay’s frame needs to...
  • Wide Fit Shoes

    Aug 24, 2008

    Sells wide fitting shoes and orthopedic shoes with special orthotic insole inserts. Shoes are extra wide width and large with sizes available up to...
  • A Motability accredited vehicle conversion and adaptations company based in the West Midlands specialising in drive in vehicles for wheelchair...


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Deaf Action

Support, information and advice for deaf and hearing impaired people in Scotland. Includes sign language training details. Edinburgh based.

Deaf Connections

Offering specialist services to deaf adults in Scotland including a range of educational courses and social support groups. Site includes full details with contact.

Deafblind Scotland

Provides services and support for deafblind people in Scotland. View details of local events and fundraising with online information and downloads.

Dumfries & Galloway Hard of Hearing Group

Set up to raise awareness about deaf and hearing impaired services in Dumfries and Galloway and offer lip reading tuition, hearing aid maintaining and social events.


Located in Glasgow and dedicated to providing support, resources, sports and educational activities to people with deafness and hearing impairments.

Scottish Council on Deafness

The voice for deaf people throughout Scotland. Find information, advice and local events as well as support and group contacts.

Scottish Deaf International Rugby Team

Highlights this deaf rugby team with details of the squad, fixtures, results and how to qualify to join the club.

West Scotland Deaf Children's Society

Providing positive support, information and a range of activities and events for deaf children in Scotland as well as offering parents support and information about how to cope with initial diagnosis. Includes contacts along with parents and carers information.

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