Friday, August 17, 2018

Merseyside Disabled Clubs and Groups

Browse through this Merseyside section of ABLEize to find disabled groups and clubs including wheelchair, stroke clubs, deaf, blind, amputee, autistic spectrum organisations.  Site listed include all Merseyside locations including Liverpool and surrounding areas.

Also highlights local support groups, social groups offering a varied range of services for all disabilities, their family members and carers.  Includes the Boroughs of Liverpool, Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley and St Helens.

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Highlighting disabled access to leisure and sport throughout Merseyside including wheelchair walks and access to the countryside and green spaces of Merseyside.

Prescot based charity providing care and support to adults with learning and physical disabilities including employment options, social activities and events and person centered support promoting independence.

Offers people with disabilities the opportunities to take part in a number of sports including boccia, ten-pin bowling, badminton, fitness classes and more.

Part of the Riding for the Disabled Association providing horse riding and related activities for disabled and special needs adults and children in Formby, Merseyside. Includes details of offering to volunteer.

Offers information, resources and details of Local Liverpool and Merseyside charities for people with Down Syndrome, their family and carers. Includes details of local Merseyside events and social activities.

Aims is to represent and promote the interests of disabled Evertonians everywhere. Site includes access details and telephone contacts.

Offers support to sufferers of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Includes online resources, telephone contacts and holds regular meetings at Albert Road, Southport Merseyside. PR9 0LH.

An established Liverpool based registered charity which provides a range of services for disabled and disadvantaged groups. Includes access to sports activities, education, training and a number of employment services.

An independent, local charity associated to the Carers Trust. Dedicated to providing a range of services to support and enhance the lives of unpaid carers throughout Knowsley.

Offers a comprehensive guide to all aspects of disabled access into and around the Cathedral including parking, wheelchair loan and contacts for questions prior to visiting.

Liverpool FA highlights details of inclusive and accessible playing opportunities for the disabled and special needs and how to get involved. Includes details of the FA Disability Cup.

Supporting people with learning disabilities in Liverpool and surrounding areas. Site offers details of social events, campaigns, meetings and how to join.

Providing information and support as well as social activities in group meetings for people with epilepsy and their family covering the areas of Merseyside and Cheshire. Site offers newsletters, publications and resources such as first aid and children’s pages.

Offers a drop-in centre, home visiting services, family support and assistance with state benefits for victims of asbestosis.

Provides peer support, therapy and social activities for anybody affected by stroke. Meets weekly at Aintree Lane, Liverpool and supports all stroke survivors from across the Merseyside area.

A local group connected to the Motor Neurone Disease Assiciation offering support and finincial assistance through fundraising.

Details of Riding for the Disabled in locations across the North West regions with images, location details and joining information. Includes donation and volunteering details.

Liverpool school dedicated to providing education and care to blind and sight impaired children. Site highlights the history of the school along with a virtual tour, pupils stories and reports.

The South Sefton M.E/CFS Support group offers local support, treatment details and benefit advice along with access to an online members chat section. Includes telephone contacts.

Providing emotional support, practical help, and access to a range of social activities to anyone with a neurological condition including their family, friends and carers. Norton Street, Liverpool.

Discover the excitement of wheelchair basketball played by physically disabled and non-disabled athletes, has members from Wigan, Widnes, Warrington, Liverpool, Bury, Oldham, Knutsford, Northwich, Southport, Chester and Manchester. Based at Lansbury Bridge School, St Helens, WA9 1TB.

Wheelchair rugby club offering images, contacts and details of how to get involved. Facebook page.

Dedicated to providing practical and financial support, social activities, news and drop-in support to parent and young carers throughout the Wirral. Includes helpline contact details.

Organises and runs self-help groups, training and group activities for anybody suffering mental health issues. Based in Birkenhead.


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