Saturday, August 15, 2020

Manchester Disabled Clubs, Sports and Social Groups

This busy area of the ABLEize disability directory provides details of Manchester groups and clubs offering all kinds of sports, social activities, advice and organisation run by or for all disabilities throughout Manchester.  Includes wheelchair users clubs and social groups as well as stroke and deaf clubs, blind organisations, sports and much more in Manchester plus disabled arts and education for all including learning difficulties and disabilities and head injury clubs and groups in Manchester locations such as Bolton, Eccles, Oldham, Salford and many more.

Check out the sites listed below and click on the highlighted titles or social media pages to find out more about what Manchester has to offer the disabled. Also note that Manchester Support Groups are listed in their own category, simply click the highlighted link below to find a number of support services.

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Award winning special needs sensory room for children with various complex and special needs. Site offers images, details of the sensory rooms and how to book a session.

A dedicated Manchester based organisation that assists disabled people with gaining employment. Site includes news, online resources and contacts.

Stockport based voluntary organisation providing support, counselling and resources for people with a physical or sensory disability. Site includes contact details for their accessible centre at 23 High St, Stockport.

A point of contact for anyone in Greater Manchester needing information about autism. Includes Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan.

An organisation run by disabled people to assist others with disabilities as well as promoting independence, campaigns and offering a range of information, training and resources for disabled people, their carers and family members throughout greater Manchester.

Provides a range of services, training, social activities and events for deaf and hearing impaired people in Greater Manchester.

A group run by the disabled campaigning to improve access in and around Manchester. View campaign details, publications and how to join the group.

Cheetham based self advocacy group run by and for adults with a learning disability. Site offers booklets, news and details of free talks.

Launched by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1981 and offering accessible and wheelchair access to canal boats enjoying the canals of North West England. View images, access details and how to book. Based in Greater Manchester.

Providing taliking news recordings to local blind and visually impaired adults and children as well as transcriptions services with a fully equipped studio to record printed material.


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