Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Nottinghamshire Disabled Support, Services, Clubs and Groups

Find clubs and associations as well as services for people with varying disabilities such as wheelchair users, stroke clubs, deaf, blind, amputee and learning difficulties plus clubs for those with head injury and related disabilities in Notts and Nottingham locations.

Browse through the websites and social media pages below to discover dedicated disability support, care services and local Notts resources.  Included in this section is also a number of exciting sport activities including sailing, horseriding, tennis and much more as well as valuable Nottinghamshire disabled information sites.  ABLEize is dedicated to bringing you details of local resources in all Regions, if you have a disability club or group specifically covering Nottinghamshire and it is not included here please feel free to contact us with the site details and we will look at including it.

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Provides information and advice to disabled people, their carers and friends and offers events detail and direct dial telephone contact for support and guidance.

Ashfield District Council offer Lifeline and Assistive Technology equipment to residents of the Nottinghamshire and East Derbyshire area. This equipment allows the user to call for help quickly in an emergency by contacting our 24 hour Support Centre, where our duty officers will ensure you receive the assistance you need.

Associated to Reach Learning Disability, a Notts registered charity that supports people with learning disabilities from Nottinghamshire through a number of day care centres located in Newark, Mansfield and Southwell.

A dedicated bowls club where players can compete with or against non- disabled bowlers. Site provides membership details, contacts and information about casual bowls in Nottingham.

Registered charity helping people affected by brain injury including their family members and carers within Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Offers rehabilitation, support and advice and respite services. Includes details of events and how to join in.

Set up to assist adults with learning disabilities in Nottinghamshire by providing support, social and leisure activities. Contact to find out about training, creative classes and a range of summer programmes.

Based at the Monty Hind Training Centre in Lenton, Nottingham and providing a broad range of sports and social activities for young people on the Autistic Spectrum. View details, images and opening times.

Offering support and social activities to the blind and visually impared in Nottinghamshire. Includes events details, advice sections and support contacts.

A local organisation run by disabled people for disabled people to offer support in representing disabled people’s rights. View membership details and how to get involved.

Set up to offer help and advice to people with tinnitus by offering informative meetings, news and social activities. Pelham Street, Nottingham.

A football club in Nottingham dedicated to death football providing details of their match dates with joining information, club news and contact.

Provides positive and empowering services and opportunities responding to the needs of the local Deaf community. Includes news and events plus contact.

Riding for the disabled in Nottingham. Site offers details of the horse and pony riding sessions alond with a calendar of events and how to take part.

Providing support, social clubs and fundraising plus offering respite care and short breaks to people with a learning disability or difficulty in and around Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Find information and support for carers of the disabled or elderly in Nottinghamshire including benefits details, respite breaks and a number of useful contacts.

Details of accessible sailing and a range of water sports offered Nottinghamshire County Council’s Outdoor and Environmental Education Service.

Supporting dyslexic people in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Rutland. Includes help lines, contacts and explains dyslexia.

Provides disabled and special needs adults and teens opportunities to get involved in and play football whatever their ability. Includes powerchair football activities.

A Nottinghamshire self help group run by parents of children with ADHD. Includes details of social meetings, offers news and how to make contact.

Support and advice services for Nottinghamshire carers of the disabled and elderly. Includes details of future social events and telephone details for support.

Located in Cordy Lane, Brinsley and providing a specialist facility for adults and teens with learning disabilities, including catering for those with sensory impairments including autism. Also has a quiet room, arts and crafts facilities and a computer room.


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