Cumbria Disabled Support Clubs and Social Groups
Browse this dedicated ABLEize section to find disabled clubs and groups in Cumbria including sports such as basketball, bowls and fishing for all disabilities, carers advice and support as well as a number of disability related organisations providing support for a range of disabilities throughout Cumbrian locations including Carlisle, Penrith, Kendal and surrounding areas. Includes dyslexia, deaf and hearing impaired ADHA and head injury and learning disability support in Cumbria.
ABLEize covers all of the UK providing details of local disabled and special needs groups and clubs but cannot track them all down, if you know of a Cumbrian disabled group website not included here please drop us an email and we will look into getting it included.
Details of disabled sports clubs and social groups including wheelchair sports facilities in Cumbria. Includes volunteer details and how to get involved.
A dedicated and active group providing support and advice to anybody with ADHD in Cumbria. Check out future events details with support contacts.
Based in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria and providing social activities, computer courses and advice for disabled people, their family members and carers.
Details and the location of the ‘Blind Shop’ located in Barrow plus information about local events and sheltered housing.
Wheelchair accessible trout fishing ideal for disabled anglers offering wheelchair access up to and around all lakes. Located at Newbiggin-on-Lune, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria.
Provides sailing for anybody with a disability on their waters in Bowness-on-Winderemere, Cumbria. View video clips, details of the Sailability scheme and how to get involved.
A dedicated online information and support forum with posts by other Carlisle diabetics. Sign up free.
Supporting people in Carlisle with a learning disability by offering social activities, events and support as well as offering short breaks for special needs adult and children.
An independent local charity located in Carlisle, Kendal and Barrow-in-Furness providing support, advice and social activities for deaf people, their families and carers throughout Cumbria.
Cumbrian registered charity dedicated to providing support to people with Down’s Syndrome across Cumbria. Highlights a range of sports activities and events.
A local groups of parents and carers with children or teens with a disability providing special education, support and social activities in Cumbria.
Set up to support the blind and visually impaired people throughout Cumbria with links to support services in Barrow, Edan, West Cumbria and South Lakes.
Registered charity undertaking a number of services including deaf awareness training, support and care package services for deaf people throughout Cumbria.
Disability Association Carlisle & Eden. Offers disability benefit advice, independent living services, payroll services and much more to assist the disabled people of Cumbria. Site includes telephone contacts.
Details of four disability organisations offering a range of advice, social activities and services within Cumbria.
Enjoy trout fishing in Cumbria with disabled access, boat and accessible toilets for all including wheelchair users and others with a disability. Located at Hawkshead, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 0QF.
Horse riding for the disabled in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. Site offers session details, joining information and future events along with newletters and how to donate.
Supporting adults across West Cumbria experiencing mental health and distress issues and learning disabilities. Includes details of support, counselling and how to volunteer.
Providing mental health support and advice in 5 areas of Cumbria, Site offer support centre locations with contacts.
Fresh water 7 acre fishing lake in Brampton in Cumbria with wheelchair access to level swims. Site provides club details and images. Disabled drivers or passengers may be driven right to the lake side for ease of access.
A Cumbrian support, social and sports organisation set up to help amputees their families and friends to adjust to the loss of limbs.
A dedicated disability group formed to help improve disabled access within Cumbria. Site provides details of future meetings as well as online resources, campaigns, news and links of interest.
Kendal based day activity centre and part of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award offering caving, camping, kayaking and other activities for disabled and disadvantaged adults and children. Check out their site for full details.
Catering for all disabilities with a range of exciting outdoor adventures. Site provides details of the activities and how to get involved.
Gun club with a range accessible to disabled shooters including wheelchair users. Disciplines include air and .22 target rifles, muzzle loading pistols/revolvers and small bore rifles. The Sheepmount, Bitts Park, Carlisle, Cumbria.
Provides a range of challenging and social activities for disabled people including special needs camping and sports. Based in Broughton-in-Furness.
Supporting people with disabilities in Cumbria towards independence, choice and inclusion. Site includes care, support and social club details.
A charity that helps dyslexic adults and children from and in West Cumbria. Offers an overview of dyslexia and details of the support services.
Resource centre for the blind and vision impaired located in Whitehaven. Includes the supply of a range of aids including talking clocks and large button phones etc.