Isle of Wight Disabled Support Groups and Clubs
This area of ABLEize provides details of Isle of Wight disabled and special needs websites, sport and support resources including wheelchair users clubs and groups, stroke clubs, deaf, blind, learning difficulties and disabilities sites of interest and located in Isle of Wight locations.
ABLEize is run 100% by people with disabilities and we work hard to keep all areas as up to date as possible, if you know of an Isle of Wight disabled group, club or support group or disabled sports activities offered on the Isle of Wight and it has an information website (Not Facebook only page) please feel free to drop us an email via the Contact section and we will add it to the largest collection of Isle of Wight disability resources on the Internet.
Training assistance dogs to help disabled young people on the Isle of Wight live more independent lives. Site offers event details, news and how to ask for assistance or donate.
A friendly support centre and social meeting place for people with physical and learning disabilities in Newport, Isle of Wight. Site offers details of their therapeutic services, day services plus offers telephone contacts.
Assists with sailing and motor boat activies and social events for the disabled. Site offers meeting details and contacts for more information.
An established club involving disabled and special needs adults and children to get involved and enjoy cricket. Site includes team details, results and joining information.
Support group offering local information, social activities and a large amount of online resources covering all areas of rheumatoid and inflammatory arthritis.
Details of table tennis clubs in the Isle of Wight with location details, fixtures, results and joining information.
Run by stroke survivors and their carers to offer advice, support and social meetings. Site offers details of the activities, how to make contact or join the club.
The Isle of Wight branch offering advice and support plus a range of activities, information and events.
Offers support, courses and workshops to disabled people living on the IOW. Includes details of social groups and clubs.
Offers assisted horse and carrige driving to the disabled adult and child. Read about the social activities offered, FAQ and view images. Includes how to join in.
Runs a range of fun social activities and events for deaf children from pre-school age up to 18. Check out their calendar of events.
An island based charity offering details of acticvities and services for the blind and visually impaired.
Ryde, Isle of Wight charity with a fully accessible building offering social activities and events tailored to meet the individual’s needs of people with a disability.