Derbyshire Disabled Support Clubs and Social Groups
Find Derbyshire disabled social and users groups and clubs such as stroke clubs, deaf, blind organisations plus wheelchair user groups, learning disability social activities such as horse riding, football and disability cricket sports for all located in Derby, Chesterfield and other Derbyshire locations listed below in this busy section of ABLEize.
Websites and social media pages listed below offer details of a broad range of disabled clubs and groups including fishing, swimming, shooting and cricket all just waiting to be explored as well as social and support groups on your doorstep in Derbyshire, click on the individual titles to enter each website to discover more of what’s on offer as well as locations and contacts to find out more.
Providing details of accessible places, activities, transport and things to do in Derbyshire including wheelchair access to areas of the Peak District.
Derbyshire and the Peak District fishing for the disabled offered in adapted boats. Includes details of locations with contacts.
Details of “have a go” archery in Derby for the disabled and non-disabled. Includes details of their indoor and outdoor shooting locations with contacts for more details.
Derbyshire ADHD Support Network. Read informative articles with ADHD FAQ’s and details of Derbyshire events and support services.
Providing FAQ’s about tinnitus with details of local help and supports groups as well as telephone and email support services.
Local group in Derbyshire providing support, information and resources to people with diabetes in the county. Find details of local fundraising events as well as support and education for people living with diabetes.
Providing dedicated support services for deaf and hard of hearing people in Derbyshire. Services include the demonstration of equipment, monthly advice sessions and the supply of NHS batteries when needed. Also includes details of how to volunteer your services.
An active group providing a range of regular activities, information resources and support to people and their family affected by Parkinson’s disease. Activities include a creative challenges group, coffee mornings, carers meetings, hydrotherapy and more.
Provides support, information and regular social activities for people suffering pulmonary fibrosis as well as family members and carers. Includes details of their weekly meetings with contacts.
Disabled and wheelchair accessible sghooting club in Twyford, south of Derby. View images and the club facilities with membership information, competitions and club contact.
Derby’s premier wheelchair basketball club open to wheelchair and non-wheelchair users. Find details of the squad with training information and how to get involved. Includes future match dates.
Providing a range of help and assistance to people and their family affected by autism including carers assistance and details of activities and social events taking place throughout Derbyshire.
Offers advice, support and information to carers in Derbyshire. Includes information sheets and newsletters along with details of how to get heklp.
A friendly cricket club for people with a physical or learning disability. Details of future games with results and how to join.
Offers support and self help group meetings for people with mild to moderate mental health needs in Matlock, Derbyshire.
Supplying a range of information, advice and training to assist people with mental health problems in Derbyshire. Includes news, contacts and job opportunities.
Registered charity providing information, resources and support in all areas of motor neurone disease. Includes details of future events and group meetings.
Set up to offer information, support and resources to parents of disabled and special needs children. Mainly concentrating on autism with facts, the different types and how autism is diagnosed.
Helping adults and teenagers with learning, physical or sensory impairments take part and enjoy football with regular club training sessions and matches.
Local charity set up to provide information and resources for disabled people in Derby. Includes what’s on guides, news and details of services on offer.
A registered charity connected to the Down’s Syndrome Association and offering a host of information and services to people and their families affected by Down’s syndrome. Includes details of events, activities and membership.
Provides support services to children and young people with disabilities and special needs, and their families, across North Derbyshire. Find details of events, activities and fundraising events and how to get involved.
Derby based dementia support group also assisting with short breaks for family and carers as well as organising a range of social activities to help break down social isolation.
Local disability access group offering advice to businesses and locals on how to improve access for disabled people.
A dedicated self-help group providing help and support to anybody affected by ME/CFS, their families, carers and friends. Find out about meetings, information about the condition and how to make contact.
Tansley, Derbyshire RDA group offering assisted horse riding sessions to the disabled and those with special needs. Check out the site for session details, images and how to get involved or even volunteer.
Myasthenia is a neuromuscular condition that causes weakness of the arm and leg muscles. Find information and support along with related products to purchase. Based in Uttoxeter New Road, Derby.
Formed by a dedicated group of people Derbyshire people who were experiencing tinnitus. Includes details of wellbeing workshops, support and meetings.
AQA accredited training centre for disabled and special needs adults in Derby. View course details, class times and contacts.
Dedicated to providing support, information, training and family activities to parents and carers that have a child with special or additional needs. Covers the Derbyshire areas of Bakewell, Bolsover, Fairfield, Birdholme (Chesterfield) and Matlock.
A purpose built riding for the disabled centre in Scropton, South Derbyshire provided fully assisted horse riding and carriage driving sessions for more that 200 children with a disability per week.
Serving the needs of visually impaired and blind people throughout Derbyshire. Includes resouce centre details and support contacts.
Providing a range of art and craft related activities for all disabilities with dedicated care and support staff providing assistance when needed. Typical activities include weekly drama sessions, cooking activities, poetry and arrange a community activities.
Derbyshire charity providing support and social activities for disabled children. Includes playgroup details, family support and contacts.