Disabled Accessible Hobbies, Arts and Crafts
Check out details of hobbies for the disabled including accessible arts and crafts, and activities listed in this area of ABLEize covering a range of interests for adults and children with disabilities and of course for the non-disabled that may have an interest in any of the arts and crafts listed. The sites included also provide details of crafts, hobbies and art related products that offer greater ease of use plus games, disabled and elderly gardening assistance products and accessible tools listed in this this high profile disability category.
What sort of hobby etc is the most accessible of course depends on individuals level of disability. We have tried to list arts and hobby sites that offer dedicated wheelchair access or cater for a range of other disabilities. As well as the arts, hobbies and crafts listed below please also see the yellow subcategories including disabled sports, fishing, cycling, accessible rambling and much more located directly below or if you have a website that specialises in disabled accessible hobby or craft product why not hit the Submit your Site button located at the top of this page and be amazed by our low prices that offer high volume hits to your site as well as any Facebook and Twitter page.
Trust ABLEize, we have disability covered. Also see details of local clubs and groups in your area by checking out our local disabled resources pages where you can view a range of sites of interest in your county that offer a selection of social activities for all disabilities. Click the “Send this page” link below if you know of somebody that might benefit from resources in this hobbies for the disabled area of ABLEize.
Information about accessible bird watching offered by the Fat Birder website. Includes advice, suggested websites and highlights the issues faced by disabled bird watchers.
C.B Radio discussion forum. Having a citizen band radio is a great hobby and of course accessible to most disabilities and opens up a new world as well as an ideal way to make new friends. A CB radio can be installed in your home, car or be portable. Find out more in this dedicated UK discussion forum.
An exciting hobby Full time wheelchair users qualify for a 50% membership reduction. Runways consist of mown and rolled grass and they operate the BMFA “First Time Inexperienced Flyer Scheme” so you can go along and give it a try with help at hand if needed.
Located within Belhus Woods Country Park and offering good access for wheelchair users. As well as enjoying the fun and relaxing hobby of model boating there is also accessible fishing platforms and swims available for less-able anglers.
Accessible model aircraft club founded in the 1930s offering wheelchait access and disabled facilities. Site includes details for beginners and future events.
Explains how to create a sensory garden as a hobby with plants that are identified by touch, taste, smell and sound to be identified by blind and vision impaired people.
Provides a mobile craft service taking all crafting products direct to the disabled, elderly and housebound throughout areas of Banffshire. Also offers online sales of all products with a catalogue of craft products and knitted goods.
London-based charity providing details of hobbies for the blind and vision impaired including assisted rambling, bowls, cycling and more as well as a range of sports.
Wheelchair accessible model boat club in Great Yarmouth. View images, access details and membership as well as details of model boats and accessories for sale.
A national charity providing support to radio amateurs with a disability. Provides details of this enjoyable hobby of short-wave radio with equipment reviews.
Information and advice for disabled birdwatchers provided by the RSPB with details of accessible nature reserves and locations throughout the UK.
Accessible painting and drawing club with sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Stowmarket Community Centre. Disabled WC and easy wheelchair access throughout. View the site for club details.
Birmingham Contemporary Arts Centre is a wheelchair accessible venue offering one fully adjustable, wheelchair-accessible pottery wheel with courses available. See images, the centre facilities and details of how to take up pottery in Birmingham.