Norfolk Sport, Support and Social Groups for the Disabled
ABLEize offers the largest collection of disabled support clubs, groups and social meetings for all disabilities throughout Norfolk and Norwich. Typical sites listed here includes wheelchair users clubs and groups, stroke, deaf and blind social and support groups as well as other disabilities and details of County-wide resources of interest including services providers offering local products and services.
Also find a number of sports and recreation sites for all disabilities within Norfolk including horseriding, fishing and swimming for all. Search through the list below of hard-picked sites and services for all areas of Norfolk including dedicated support and carers resources.
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Charity based in Cromer set up to help disabled people in Norfolk gain new skills for job hunting and organising supported living, respite and holidays and offering support services.
Highlighting disabled access in Norfolk with details of things to do, what’s on guides and more. Part of the official visitors guide to Norfolk.
Details of sports for all abilities in Norfolk including wheelchair rugby, swimming, cycling etc. Site includes individual club details and contacts.
Accessible fishing with pegs suitable for wheelchair users. View details of the freshwater lake, facilities, images and membership. Stoked with all still water species except Pike.
Supports parents, family and people with Down’s syndrome throughout Norfolk. Find details of the many social activities and events and how to join and get involved.
Elevate is a dedicated support group for people, their family and carers affected by ME and CFS in Norfolk. Site highlights their regular activities and social events as well as information resources and guides.
A wheelchair accessible and friendly model boat club that meet and sail on most Sundays at the Great Yarmouth Venetian Waterways. Go along and check them out and see if model boating floats your boat.
A Norwich based charity providing high quality services for the relief of disabled children and young adults with special needs in Norfolk.
Offers riding for the disabled at a fully equipped centre providing details of the horses and ponies with contacts and how to get involved.
Dedicated to offering horse riding activities to disabled and special needs adults and children in Norfolk. Located at Street Farm, North Tuddenham.
Charity based in Norwich offering a range of activities to people with disabilities or special needs in the areas of music, movement and arts. View video clips, session details and how to join in or get involved.
Set up to help disabled and socially disadvantaged children and adult get access to the many sports and recreational activities offered on the Norfolk Broads including sailing, bird watching, fishing and much more.
The Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind. Founded in 1805 and is the fifth oldest voluntary blind society in England.
A charity set up to support unpaid carers of the disabled and elderly. Offers telephone support, related news and details of small grants and respite care.
Based in Norwich providing activities and social meetings as well as support and a regular hearing aid clinic. Site provides opening times, location details and information for anybody looking to volunteer.
Details of disability tennis playing opportunities in Norfolk including wheelchair tennis. Site includes session details and contacts. Part of Norfolk LTA.
Offers support, social activities and events and meeting across Norfolk for fibromyalgia sufferers and their family. Includes links and resources of fibromyalgia interest.
Established in 2016 playing competitive wheelchair rugby and open to anybody aged 18 or over. View club details, contacts and future match dates.
Dedicated to providing information and advice to children, young people and parents/carers about special educational needs. Also offers advice through support groups and training events.
Information provided by Norfolk County Council concerning a range of services to deafblind people in the county along with information about visual and hearing impairment services.
NANSA is a registered charity formed over 60 years ago to help improve the lives of people in Norfolk with disabilities and special needs with training, social activities and carers support services.
A friendly and welcoming club offering a range of sports and social activities for deaf and hearing impaired people in Norwich and Norfolk. Site offers details of their events and how to join.
Providing mental health services in Norwich and in central Norfolk and offering counselling, information and training as well as telephone contacts and details of localised meetings and events.
A Norfolk support group and social support network providing a range of meetings and services to people suffering with inflammatory arthritis. View membership details, contacts and a discussion forum.
Great Yarmouth charity dedicated to providing services and social activities for children and young adults special needs or disabilities.
Great Yarmouth and Waveney swimming club for all ages and disabilities. Includes timetables, gala details and how to join in.
Set up as a carers social club with the intention of helping carers to take part and enjoy watercolour painting classes. Find out how to get involved.
Wheelchair basketball club with details of training sessions, competitions and have a go sessions in Norwich. The sport is open to both able-bodied and disabled players.
Norfolk arthritis social and support group based at Hethersett Village Hall providing support, day trips and regular meetings including expert medical guest speakers.
Offers information and advice to people with a range of disabilities as well as their carers. View campaign details and how to get involved.