Monday, April 22, 2024

Cheshire Disabled Groups, Clubs and Accessible Venues

This busy and popular section of ABLEize is dedicated to highlighting Cheshire and surrounding area disabled clubs, groups and accessible venues that offer wheelchair and disabled access at a higher level than the norm as well as details of disability support groups, social activities and related services and facilities of interest to the disabled person within Cheshire.

The sites and services being promoted here include wheelchair users social and sports clubs, organisations and groups, stroke clubs and numerous support groups for all disabilities located in Cheshire locations such as Stockport, Macclesfield and Chester. Browse the sites highlighted below to find your area of interest.  If like many others you found these Cheshire disability resources helpful, please send them on to a friend by clicking the “Send this page” link below so they can also benefit.

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Ellesmere Port supported living service assisting disabled and special needs people to live a fuller life. Offers a range of outdoor activities, behavioral support and education.

A family run support group for children with special needs, their parents and carers. Find details of their Saturday and Tuesday social activities and youth group in Stockport along with parents and carers social activities.

Knowsley and Wirral specialised provider of educational and vocational training for people ages 19 to 24 with learning difficulties and disabilities. Includes open day details to find out more.

Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Development charity based in Eccleston, Chester. Offers dedicated care and treatment to a range of conditions including autism, acquired head injury, dyslexia and many conditions effected by brain injury.

CCBS is a volunteer run community and social group offering support and a number of activities for disabled children with fun packed holiday club as well as one to one sessions.

Providing advice and support to carers of the disabled and elderly throughout Cheshire. Also includes details of social events and related carers news. Freephone helpline open Monday to Friday, see site for details.

Holds regular monthly meetings offering support and social activities with practical support and services offered across Cheshire.

Northwich based charity assisting disabled people, their carers and family across Cheshire with a range of services including respite breaks, advocacy, payroll services and a range of social activities and events.

A registered charity offering support, resources and social activities for families and carers throughout Cheshire looking after children with Down’s Syndrome.

Providing details of how to get involved and enjoy football with the disability. Site provides details of the Cheshire disability football leagues, adult and youth sessions and how to go along and give football try in your area.

Providing support for anyone aged 18+ who are affected with an eating disorder. Site highlights future meetings and get togethers with tips for carers, support contact and details of how to volunteer.

Providing social group activities for people with with a range of disabilities as well as outing to local Cheshire places of interest. Also includes volunteering details.

A purpose-built centre located in South View Road, Chester providing support, social activities and events to the deaf and hearing impaired community of Chester. Site provides location details and contacts as well as future events details.

Providing voluntary opportunities in Cheshire and offering details of their local vacancies along with news, FAQ and contacts for getting involved.

Established in 1928 offering support services and social activities for the deaf in Cheshire. Also offers local sign language tuition.

Provides opportunities for volunteering, training and employment of people with a disability in Cheshire as well as dedicated to raising awareness. Site includes details of their drop-in cafe open Monday to Saturday.

Reported to be the largest “not for profit” disability exhibition held be volunteers. Site provides past and future events details. Held in the grounds of Walton Hall Gardens in Warrington.

Providing a range of disability services including a drop in centre offering information and advice for all disabilities, access appraisals for local buildings and services and a range of social activities at Pierce Street, Macclesfield in Cheshire.

Set up to assist and support disabled people in Stockport and surrounding areas. Site includes details of their regular meetings, counselling services and how to get involved.

Set in 30 acres of Cheshire countryside and offering accessible horsing riding to a range of disabilities and special needs.

Cheshire inflatable theme park with details of their accessible and disabled friendly features including classes for adults and children with conditions within the autistic spectrum. Highlights the benefits and how to book in Runcorn.

Fresh water fishing lake with wheelchair access to pegs and stocks of Carp, Bream, Rudd and Roach. View images with day ticket and membership details.

Supports and offers advice and social meetings to stroke survivors living in Cheshire. Includes contact details.

Dedicated to offering assisted horse and pony riding to disabled people in Cheshire. View images, activity details and how to get involved.

Providing fully assisted swimming sessions for fun and exercise for all disabilities within Cheshire. Site provides details of the facilities and session times along with information about how to get involved.

A local Talking Newspaper offering items of local news with views, information and readers’ letters from the local newspapers onto audio cassette for our listeners.

A disabled swimming club formed back in 1956 offering assistance within sessions and social activities to people with all disabilities at swimming baths in Crewe. Includes contacts for more information.

Based in Macclesfield, Cheshire and run as a voluntaey services assisting and helping to improve the lives of anybody effected by autism. View details of future events, social activities and art classes.

Founded in 1976 to provide support, social activities and events to deaf and hearing impaired people throughout Cheshire. Site offers location details, contacts and how to become a volunteer.

A fully accessible coarse fishing lake providing wheelchair access and designated parking with designs assisted by the chairman of the British disabled Anglers Association. View images, details of their waters, membership and match days.

The Wingate Centre offers a safe and secure holiday centre for disabled and special needs children. Check out the website for details of the many sports and recreational activities along with video clips and how to make contact.

Chester based support services for blind and vision impaired people. Also provides social groups, club activities and equipment hire.

A registered Stockport charity dedicated to providing support to blind, visually impaired, deaf and hard of hearing people throughout Cheshire. Site provides details of their services and help desk along with a range of equipment and social activities.

User led support services for disabled people, their family and carers in Cheshire offering services including employment support, social activities, training and disability information.

Purpose built multi sensory activity and play center in Warrington for disabled children and adults with special needs. Site offers details of the sensory room, location and how to book a session.

Holding regular support and social group meetings in Warrington and offering online stammering resources with articles and contacts for new members.

Discover how to get involved and enjoy wheelchair basketball in Cheshire for wheelchair and non-wheelchair users. Site offers images, details of the sport and its rules along with club contacts and match dates.

Offers riding for the disabled and special needs adult and child in Ledsham and Cheshire. Site included session details and how to give riding with a disability a go in Cheshire.

An autism support group offering training, respite and day care services. Information about the club services with news and details of local disabled events.