London Disabled Clubs and Social Facilities
Check out disabled groups and clubs in all areas of London designed to offer social activities, sports and advice to the disabled and those with special needs. Sites listed include disabled support clubs, groups and associations. Includes London wheelchair users clubs, deaf, blind, amputee and facilities for people with autistic spectrum, cerebral Palsy, learning difficulties and special needs located in London locations.
As well as the many website listed below please also check out the categories including disabled sports, travel and resources within Greenwich and Lambeth boroughs as well as all other areas of disability interest in London highlighted below.
A searchable website providing details of disability access in more than 1000 arts and art related venues throughout London.
Registered charity and parent led organisation assisting deaf children and those with a hearing impairment living in or around the London Borough of Croydon.
Assisting parents with children that have dyslexia, dyspraxia , dysphasia or ADHD.
A support and social group run by the disabled in Islington. View the services offered and how to get involved.
Assists disabled people and their carers in Lambeth. Details of support groups, projects and how to make contact.
Promotes and enables equality of opportunity for all disabled people who reside, work or are undertaking educational or vocational training within the London Borough of Hillingdon.
A London based Down’s Syndrome support group for disabled people, their carers and familly. Offers details of meetings and a range of activities taking place.
Has a drop in centre in West Ealing offering disability advice and information, a carers centre and a host of online advice and events details.
Covering all areas of East London to offer support, information and resources to all blind and partially sighted people. Includes the areas of Barking and Dagenham, City and Hackney, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.
Provides support and information as well as a deaf drop in centre and a host of disability resources, information and advice.
Offers parents and carers support to children with autistic spectrum conditions. Details of meetings, social events and how to make contact.
Offering support, education and social meetings to more than 1,500 registered blind or visually impaired people in the London Borough of Haringey.
Providing a range of services for disabled and special needs people in Harrow, Middlesex including advocacy, deaf services, employment training and social activities. Also offers benefit advice.
An online directory providing details of London based stroke support groups and services searchable on an easy to use clickable map.
A publication printed three times a year as well as available in Braille, audio and large print providing details of accessibility in London theatres.
Organises sports, social activities and provides help, and advice for the blind and visual impaired people of London.
SENsory Astronights is an exclusive London museum sleepover dedicated to children with special educational needs and disabilities. On SENsory Astronights families get to explore the Science Museum after dark at their own pace. Families will choose their own adventure from meeting scientist and researchers to hands on workshops and interactive science shows. Check out the site for full details.
A disabled advice and information group assisting people with disabilities living in Southwark, London.
Croydon charity offering support and a range of social activities to people with disabilities. Includes details of their centres with contact and how to join.
Provides support to parents and children with cerebral palsy by offering training, development services and social meetings.
Offers housing, community services and social outings to people with learning disabilities in and around the London borough of Westminster.
A London based charity providing accessible facilities and services for the disabled in Tower Hamlets.