Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Northumberland Disabled Support, Sports, Groups and Activities

Find Northumberland clubs and groups for all disabled people including stroke, deaf, blind and wheelchair users as well as social meetings and activities for adults and children with learning difficulties and disabilities, head injury and other special needs located in Northumberland locations.  Browse this busy ABLEize section to also find sports activities including accessible fishing, horse riding and gun clubs for all abilities.

Browse the disabled and special needs resources dedicated to Northumberland including Berwick-upon-Tweed, Morpeth, hexham and Blyth below and find our how you can get involved in sport, find support services and much more whatever your disability.

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Highlights wheelchair accessible fly-fishing offered near Longframlington with easy car access to the waters edge for disabled anglers. View images, details of their facilities and other nearby lakes.

Details of accessible activities and sports for wheelchair users, special needs and restricted mobility offered by Active Northumberland in a number of locations. Includes swimming, football, cricket and specifically tailored sessions for wheelchair users.

Works to improve community services and accessible transport for all disabilities throughout Northumberland. Site offers details of their Hexam centre with contacts and future meeting dates.

A dedicated autism charity based in Cramlington, Northumberland supporting families living with autism. Find out about local meetings, support and social activites.

Providing support to Northumberland carers of the disabled and elderly. Includes telephone contacts for carers support.

Mental health support service to help people in Northumberland improve or resolve mental health problems. Details of their counselling and self-help services with online resources and contact.

Friendly archery club based in Northumberland that caters for all abilities and bow styles. Affiliated to Archery GB and also to the county of Durham and Northumberland. Site offers venue details, contacts and images.

A Northumberland social enterprise that is dedicated to using gardening to increase well-being for a wide range of people including mental health issues, low self esteem and special educational needs.

Assisting people affected by eating disorders and distress including counselling, support groups of courses. Covers the areas of Tyne and Wear, County Durham and Northumberland.

A friendly support group for people and their family experiencing all forms of cancer providing details of their social activities, exercise classes and how to join. Includes telephone contacts for support.

Wheelchair accessible support, activities and social centre for all disabilities serving the people of Stobhill and surrounding communities. View details of the centre, how to get involved or become a volunteer.

Staithes Lane, Morpeth blind and vision impaired support and drop in centre. Also offers home visiting services, volunteer drivers, computer training, clubs and support groups. Discover the full services via their website along with contact details.

Provides a parkinson’s telephone contact for advice and support plus details of local events and how to volunteer.

Disabled and wheelchair accessible air rifle and pistol target shooting club in Newton-On-The-Moor, Morpeth, Northumberland. View prices, images and membership details along with club contacts.

Located in Tweedmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed and providing specialised care and education to a broad range of disabilities and special needs. Site highlights the school ethos, safeguarding details and admissions.

A riding for the disabled (RDA) organisation near Morpeth providing session details and undertaking 5000 rides per year for disabled adults and children. Facebook page.

Provides a range of services and support including interactive play sessions for autistic children in Northumberland. Includes training workshops, speech and language therapy, O.T therapy and much more for parents and carers to assist children with autism.

WECAN (We Enable Children with Additional Needs) is a registered charity based in Hexham providing support to the ages 6 to 19 with disabilities and special needs. View the site for full details including specialist feeding requirements, epilepsy, medication needs and personal care as well as how to get involved.