Berks and Berkshire Disabled Support Services, Clubs and Groups
Browse this ABLEize Berkshire section to find contacts for disabled social and sports clubs and groups such as wheelchair users, stroke clubs, deaf and blind organisation, learning disabled, cerebral Palsy, mental health, head injury and other disability groups located in Berks and Berkshire locations as well as disability related sites of interest to the disabled community.
Check out the groups and organisations near to you listed below by clicking on the highlighted Berkshire based web sites or social media links or if you know of a great Berkshire disability or support group that’d not already listed here why not drop us an email and we will look into getting it added.
OFSTED-registered TVAP is a dedicated disability and special needs adventure playground for adults and children and their families and friends, set in 2.5 acres located in Taplow, near Maidenhead. Open Tuesday to Saturday all year round they offer a wide range of outdoor and indoor activities including toys and games, a sensory room, sound room and soft play areas to cater for all ages, disabilities and special needs. It also offers Respite Breaks, and organises events, workshops and weekly clubs. The facility is hireable on Sundays. Booking essential 01628 628599 Check out the website for directions and opening times.
The official Windsor Castle website offering details of accessibility including concessionary rates, mobility access, hearing and visually impaired resources. Site includes images, videos and opening times.
Provides help, information and advice to parents with a child with autism living in Berkshire. Site highlights their leisure activities, events, training and a sensory toy loan service.
Providing support to Berkshire carers of all ages including young carers. Offers advice, social club and group activities and much more. Reading.
A registered Berks parent run charity set up to offer support and social activities to deaf and hearing impaired children. Activities include canoeing, horse riding and sno-tubing as well as fundraising events.
A Reading based charity set up to provide social activities for the disabled and non-disabled. Site provides a downloadable leaflet with location details and contacts for their community centre.
Provides activities, advice, group events and meetings plus offers a broad range of information to blind and visually impaired people in Berkshire.
Based in Thatcham, Berkshire. View details of the club with training and match details and how to join or give wheelchair basketball a go in Berkshire.
Reading sailing club for people with disabilities. Site offers details of their wheelchair accessible boats with joining details and how to go along to check out the facilities.
A 5 acre multi-functional day centre in Wargrave, Berkshire for children with special needs offering activities such as swimming, archery, adverture play and softplay activities. Includes an indoor sensory play room.
Details of regular meetings providing support and social get togethers as well as online parents information, events details and Down’s syndrome support in East Berkshire.
Details of disability sports and social activities in Berkshire with activities for adults and children with physical, sensory and learning difficulties.
Runs dedicated horticultural workshops for the disabled and those with learning disabilities interested in gardening and horticultural. Site offers session details and booking information.
Located in Slough providing education and carer to primary aged pupils (4-11years) with special educational needs (SEN). View Ofsted reports, school details and term dates.
Newbury RDA is a voluntary run organisation enabling disabled and special needs children to enjoy horse and pony riding. View events details and contacts as well as how to volunteer.
Providing sports training and leisure activities for adults and teens with learning disabilities within Berkshire. Sports include cricket, cycling, athletics and dedicated wheelchair sports.
A registered charity located in Reading providing support and social activities to parents with a special needs child. Find support contacts, meeting details and how to get involved.
A dedicated parent-led charity offering much needed support to families with physically disabled children across Berkshire. Site offers details of their Saturday Club for children as well as a valuable social resource to parents. Includes contact details.
Wheelchair accessible gun club for small bore rifles and air guns. Site provides joining and competition details. Based in Wokingham, Berkshire.
Founded back in 1883, provides advice, events details and social meetings for the blind and vision impaired in and around Reading.
A dedicated site run by parents and carers that have children and adults with disabilities and special needs. Includes details of events and social activities and locak resources.
Based in Reading to provide information, advice and support to adults, their families and carers affected by learning disabilities. Also provides details of support for carers and local activities.
A dedicated and leading UK charity supporting a varied range of disabled and special needs sport. View a full sports list including boccia, table tennis, archery, golf, wheelchair basketball and much more all available in Berkshire with indoor events at Braywick Sports Ground, Braywick Road, Maidenhead.
Maidenhead charity supporting people with autism, their family and carers within Berkshire. Provides parents support, training and a number of Berks based social activities and events.
A Berkshire based circle for women 30 years plus diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Helps build awareness, holds events and holds get together’s to offer advice to others.
A registered charity offering full day holiday club activities and respite for children with special needs in Woodley, Reading.
A 21 piece community music group based in West Berkshire with musicians that have a learning or physical disability.
Based in Newbury with details of events, outing and holidays offered to people with a learning disability. Includes details of day care services, housing and care assistance.
Dedicated to providing information, advice and resources to the family and parents of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities aged from 0-25 years.