Monday, December 10, 2018

Buckinghamshire Disabled Social and Support Groups

Find Buckinghamshire wheelchair user groups and social clubs plus sports and recreational activities for wheelchair users deaf, blind, amputee, autistic spectrum, cerebral palsy as well as a range of disability related services and resources. ABLEize has hand picked resources to be included here and they include details of a number of clubs for all disabilities located in Buckinghamshire locations including Aylesbury, Milton Keynes and High Wycombe locations check them out by browsing the sites below.

Browse through the websites and social media pages listed below to find your area of Bucks interest or if you have a Buckinghamshire disabled group or disability or accessible club you would like to see promoted here please feel free to drop us an email through our contact us page or add via the Submit your Site link above.

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Organises monthly social and sports events for people with disabilities such as quizzes, board games, boccia, indoor mini-crossbow, swimming and hoy. View newsletters, location and meeting times.

Working as a catalyst for positive change for disabled people throughout Buckinghamshire. Site provides information resources including benefits as well as contacts and how to get involved.

Mental health services offering counselling, befriending and day services to the residents of Buckinghamshire. Site includes details of how to get in touch, offer help or donate.

Registered charity providing a range of services, advice, support and much more for blind and visually impaired people throughout Buckinghamshire.

A site set up to provide practical information about NHS Continuing Healthcare for the disabled and elderly. Contains good resources and offers free e-guides.

Dedicated carers support service also offering guides, carers stories and details of social events and activities.

Provides information, support and advice for carers in Milton Keynes including benefits, assessments and help at home resources via their website.

Provides specialist services and support to special needs children and their families. Includes details of Bucks activities and social groups and the services of a trained counsellor offering help, advice and support.

Dedicated to assisting adults with a physical disability take part and enjoy a range of leisure activities such as swimming, sports and much more. Check out their site for details of how to get involved.

An after-school sports club for people with special needs and disabilities in Buckinghamshire. Provides details of the swimming, tennis gymnastics and football sports offered to people of all disabilities. Includes news and contacts.

Wheelchair accessible gun club located in Bucks shooting 22 and most pistol calibres and air guns. Indoor and outdoor ranges.

Offers advice, support and disabled products and services to areas of Buckinghamshire as well as organising social activities and events.

Providing accessible fresh water fishing opportunities for wheelchair users and others with disabilities in Buckinghamshire. Site offers details of their waters and how to join.

A self-help support group for people, their families and carers suffering from ME Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (or Encephalopathy), CFS Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, PVFS Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome or FMS Fibromyalgia Syndrome.

Part of the RYA’s national scheme set up to enable disabled and special needs adults and children to take part and enjoy sailing. View images, session details and how to book.

Part of a national charity that makes equipment for people with disabilities and supplies them free of charge.

Providing information, research and resources in areas of a group of inherited conditions of the retina know as retinitis pigmentosa (RP). Site includes a dedicated helpline and support services. Buckingham based.

A UK charity promoting the aims of the Riding for the Disabled Association incorporating carriage driving. Providing people with the opportunity to ride to benefit their health and well-being in the south Buckinghamshire area.

Organises social activites for adults and children with Down’s Syndrome in Buckinghamshire. Check out what’s on offer, an events calendar and how to get involved.

A South Bucks support group dedicated to supporting parents and local carers with ADHD, autistic and special needs children. Site offers resources, articles, support contacts and details of future meetings.

Located in Worminghall, on the Oxfordshire/Buckinghamshire boarder and providing recreational activities for disabled children and their family. View an online tour of the services offered.

Bucks based charity supporting children and young adults who are blind or partially sighted and offering parents and carers support. Site includes details of activities, holidays and grants.

Disabled and wheelchair accessible Carp fishing lake in Buckinghamshire offering access to level swims and car drop of points. See the site for full details.

The UK centre for disabled sports based at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium. Includes details of wheelchair sports, future events and how to get involved.