Saturday, July 21, 2018

East Riding of Yorkshire Disabled Support Clubs and Groups

Includes links to local disability clubs and groups, such as stroke and deaf and blind organisations plus social meetings for a range of adult and child disabilities and others with learning difficulties, head injuries or mental health issues located in East Riding of Yorkshire locations including Hull, Bridlington and Beverly.

ABLEize is dedicated to building and maintaining the UK’s largest collection of disability groups, clubs and organisations, if you know of a group for the disabled in the East Riding of Yorkshire and they have a website, please contact us with the details and we will get them added.

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Hull based carers centre offering advice and support to adult and child carers looking after disabled and elderly people in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Organisation run by the disabled for disabled people in the Kingston upon Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire providing information, advice, social activities and a range of services for disabled people, their families and carers.

Dementia advice, support and services with befriending and volunteering information. Also offers telephone support services Mon to Friday.

Registered charity dedicated to supporting children with Down syndrome in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. Includes social and fun activities for the children, parents and carers as well as support.

Located in Beverley, East Yorkshire offering information and resources for volunteers as well as help finding a suitable voluntary opportunities.

Based in the Hull Deaf Centre, 63 Spring Bank, Kingston-upon-Hull providing support and social activities to the deaf and hearing impaired.

Providing mental health support and services including carers resources and information. Includes details of local social activities and group events.

A charity looking after approximately 2500 registered blind and partially sighted people who live in Yorkshire, Hull and East Riding. View the events and find out how to get involved.

A diabetes UK voluntary group set up by parents and offering details of their meetings, future events and how to get involved.

Provides swimming sessions for people with physical and learning disabilities as well as a range of club organised social events in Hull. Includes images and details of how to get involved.

A group of parents, carer and guardians whose child/grandchild has or has had Legg Calve Perthes Disease. Welcomes anyone with an interest in perthes.

A hearing dogs for deaf training centre located near York. An overview of the centre with details of how to apply for a dog plus news and FAQ.


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