North Yorkshire Disabled Support Groups and Social Clubs
Find disabled groups, clubs and associations in North Yorkshire for all disabilities such as wheelchair users clubs and groups, stroke meetings, deaf, blind, learning difficulties as well as head injury, MS, learning disabilities and a broad range of support groups, sports and social activities offered to people with all disabilities located in North Yorkshire locations. Includes Scarborough, York and Whitby areas.
Browse through the North Yorks disabled groups, clubs and organisations below or if you have a website that offers disabled services in any area of North Yorkshire please click the Submit Your Site link above.
Charity based in Bedale, North Yorkshire that provides equipment, practical help and support to children and adults affected by cystic fibrosis as well as their family members.
Founded to promote inclusion, independence and choice for disabled people in the North and offering advice on benefits, direct payments and undertaking localised awareness training. Newcastle-based.
Covering the areas of Northumberland, Tyneside, Wearside, Durham and Teeside providing information, newsletters and support to families with children with Down’s syndrome. Include contact details and membership.
Located near Harrogate offering riding tuition catering for people of all abilities including disabled riders. View the activities offered, news and events plus contact.
Delivers weekly youth theatre workshops across North Yorkshire to bring together people with disabilities and special educational needs. Also undertakes regular theatre trips around the county.
Offering a range of support services to carers of the disabled and elderly with drop-in centres and contacts for locations in Harrogate, Craven and Airedale.
A parent led group aiming to improve social care, health and voluntary services for parents of children with special needs or disabilities. Includes contacts and details of how to get involved.
Highlights sporting activities available for people with disabilities in North Yorkshire.
Located in Northallerton and providing a high class sensory experience and therapy sessions for special needs kids. Includes a hoisting facilities with dedicated changing rooms.
Located in Kirkbymoorside, York providing support services for carers with details of meetings and how to get in touch. Includes online information and advice sections.
Registered charity offering supervised swimming for people with disabilities and special needs. View session details and joining information as well as how to become a volunteer.
Set up and run by people with disabilities to offer advice, information and training in all disability and access issues. Includes contacts, online resources and details of their drop in services.
Open to all people with disabilities in the Craven area to enhance quality of life for people with disabilities.
Organises a range of social and club activities for people with MS and provides information downloads, links of interest and an online discussion forum.
Providing support services and information to people in York and surrounding areas affected by CFS/ME. Includes details of regular meetings and events with newsletters and a range of online resources.
Offers accessible pistol and rifle range facilities. Both air weapons and small bore ranges offer full disabled access.
Disability adult theatre groups based in Yorkshire in Leeds and Bridlington. View details of weekly groups, theatre events and how to get involved whatever your disability.
Wetwheels Yorkshire is a specially adapted, fully accessible power catamaran based at Whitby, North Yorkshire. Wetwheels can accommodate 3 x wheelchair users plus up to seven other users. Sea fishing trips are available on request.
Located just 4.5 miles from York city centre and offering level access to lakeside swims. View images, prices and club contact details.
Set up to provide employment and training opportunities to help disabled people get back into or start work. Includes workshop details, items for sale and how to get involved.
York Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Group. Holds weekly lunches and social events as well as offering support. Site includes exercise suggestions, facts about arthritis and a number of links of interest.