Monday, March 25, 2019

Hereford and Herefordshire Disabled Support, Social Groups and Clubs

Browse through this busy section of ABLEize to find a number of disabled support, information sites and social groups Including head and brain injury and stroke clubs and associations for all disabilities as well as wheelchair users social and fitness groups, amputee, autistic spectrum, cerebral palsy, learning difficulties and other disabled groups and club located in Hereford and Herefordshire locations.

ABLEize provides the largest regional resources of disabled clubs, groups and services including sports for disabled support groups and related sites. Please browse through the websites and social media pages listed below or feel free to contact us if you know of a Herefordshire disability site not included here.

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Providing support and assistance to anybody that finds themselves isolated by disability, mental health challenges or old age. Includes contacts, details of future social events and how to get involved.

Providing accessible fishing for the disabled and dedicated locations including lakes at Allensmore and Bromyard and stretches on the River Lugg and the Wye. See site for specific details along with contact information.

Offers activities including accessible and wheelchair dance for all disabilities and special needs in Herefordshire and Worcestershire. View videos, event details and how to get involved.

A small and friendly group providing advice, group activities and information along with regular meetings. Site provides meeting details along with contacts and information resources.

Herefordshire based registered charity providing support and organising social activities for all disabilities including moderate or severe learning difficulties as well as physical or sensory impairments.

Provides support to dyslexic people as well as parents support, workshops and education. Covers all areas of Herefordshire and Worcestershire counties.

Dedicated to providing support, advice and information to people with diabetes living in Hereford and surrounding areas of Herefordshire. Find details of the free membership, meetings and social activities.

Facebook page of the Hereford Harriers wheelchair rugby club with video clips, event details and how to get involved.

A group of people with Multiple Sclerosis providing support, therapies and information about all aspects of the MS disease that affects the central nervous system (CNS). Includes location details and opening times.

Supports carers in Herefordshire through a telephone information and help line with newsletters, home visits and one to one support.

Details of all inclusive football for all abilities offered by Herefordshire FA for people with physical disabilities, learning needs or mental health issues. Includes contacts to find out more.

A disability support and information site run by the disabled providing assistance with education, employment, housing and health services. Site provides details of meetings, events and how to make contact.

Providing rehabilitation therapy, information, activities, support and services to people with brain and head injuries in Herefordshire.

Herefordshire branch of Riding for the Disabled. View details of the horses, how to join in or volunteer.

A National charity dedicated to supporting young people and families affected by blindness or vision impairments. Includes helpline details, future events and activities as well as how to offer a donation.

Organises short respite breaks for families and carers of children and teens with disabilities and/or special educational needs across throughout areas of Herefordshire and South Shropshire.

Dedicated to providing a range of services and support for people with mental health issues in Herefordshire including housing, community outreach services, education and a range of group activities.

Hereford based horse riding for the disabled providing dedicated support for disabled people aiming to enjoy horse riding as well and benefiting from the therapeutic and social activities. Located at Redbrook Farm in Hoarwithy.

A dedicated music charity encouraging disabled and special needs people to get involved in music, song and areas of the arts in Herefordshire and bordering locations. Includes events details and how to get involved.

Organises regular fitness classes for wheelchair users for social, fitness and weight loss sessions located in the Hereford Leisure Centre. Check out their gym, aerobics, sports and other related fitness activities along with video clips, timetables and how to take part.


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