Disability and Special Needs Arts
Disability arts is probably one of the most underrated activities undertaken by people with disabilities, there are many high class disability performing arts and theatre groups that regularly perform and also tour nationally and internationally as well as a large number of very talented visual and performing arts groups and of course not forgetting wheelchair dancing and numerous disability musical related organisations made up of people with all manor learning disabilities and difficulties.
ABLEize highlights a broad spectrum of disability arts sites including accessible crafts and hobbies as well as photography, painting, drawing and a mixture of both physical and learning disabled arts groups and activities. Search the categories and websites listed directly below, these include individual disability arts related sites, information as well as products and services for disabled people interested in all forms of art. You may also find accessible arts groups located near you by checking our disabled groups and clubs section that covers all UK counties, check it out to see what’s going on in your area.
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SEN Creative Ltd
Sian Gainham provides drama sessions for all abilities and special needs whilst promoting creativity and having fun in bespoke drama sessions for different charities, care homes and SEN schools. The drama sessions can be for groups or on a 1:1 basis. The drama sessions can run as a one off session, regular sessions or for sessions leading up to a performance. Sessions can consist of gentle movement activities, mime, introducing different drama techniques and exploration of sensory props.