Oxfordshire Disabled Support, Sport and Services
Browse through this busy support, activities and services section of ABLEize to find Oxfordshire disability and special needs support, wheelchair users clubs and groups, stroke deaf and blind groups plus disabled sports, the arts and much more for disabled people, their families and carers.
This section is dedicated to the needs of the disabled in Oxfordshire and includes support for people with autistic spectrum and learning disabilities including head injury clubs and disabled social events as well as support groups and meetings in Oxford and Oxfordshire locations. Check out the disabled services, clubs, groups and special needs support and activities offered throughout the county in the largest disability resource on the Internet.
Located in Longworth, Abingdon, Oxfordshire and offering horse riding and carriage driving sessions to disabled adults and children. Check out the site for booking details and future events.
A comprehensive ADHD support and information site for Oxfordshire with details of education, counselling, local support groups and a range of activities and events. Includes future meeting dates and how to attend.
A well established contemporary dance company made up of dancers that all have learning disabilities. View their tour details, contacts and how to get involved. Based in Banbury, Oxfordshire.
Oxford based arts charity undertaking workshops, creative art sessions, music activities and much more for all abilities including the disabled and those with special needs. View the fun and educational art related activities available and contact them to get involved.
Providing help, support and training to children with autism and related conditions with the autistic spectrum from the age of 3 to 16 years. Includes family support and details of activities and events offered in Oxfordshire.
An active group providing awareness, training and events as well as a range of services for adults and teenagers with autism.
Dedicated to providing everyday carers and emergency support for adult, young and teenage carers of the disabled and elderly in Oxfordshire. Includes contacts, online advice and details of events and activities for carers to take part in.
The Oxfordshire branch of the Child Brain Injury Trust. Provides information and support to parents with a child with brain injury as well as support services, research information and news, details of special family events and dedicated guides for schools.
A care and social group set up to offer short breaks to people with physical or learning disabilities. Includes details of the centre with parents information and how to donate.
A fun group providing education and sport including swimming and clubs for adults and juniors with Down’s syndrome. Includes contacts, newsletters and a calendar of events.
Affiliated to the British Dyslexia Association and offering advice, information and newsletters. Includes details of social meetings and tuition in reading, maths, spelling and writing. Includes club contacts.
Provides a unique service of therapy using horses within psychotherapy, counselling and coaching for all abilities. Check out the site for testimonials, details of how the therapy works, images and fee guides.
Offers sensory music classes to babies, toddlers and pre-school children as well as those with disabilities and special needs in Oxford and areas including Abingdon, Wantage and Didcot. Site includes details of trial sessions.
A social group run by and for people with learning difficulties located in Oxford. View details of their activities, training sessions and how to join.
Registered charity offering horse and pony riding in Oxfordshire for adults and children with physical and learning disabilities.
An Oxford based support group for individuals living with pulmonary fibrosis, their family and carers. Meets every other month at Sandford-on-Thames Village Hall. Run by patients of Oxford Interstitial Lung Disease Service at Oxford University Hospitals NHS.
Assisting the blind and visually impaired in Oxfordshire by offering a support and social group, advice, local resources and details of assistive technology.
Supporting people with learning disabilities and special educational needs in Oxfordshire. Site highlights events, details of local groups and a users forum. Includes joining details and contacts as well as a directory of useful resources.
An accessible recreation and leisure centre that caters for all abilities and offers a range of activities including archery, badminton, bowls and table tennis. Located at Marsh Lane, Marston, Oxford.
Established in 2009 to provide help and support, information and resources to families and individuals with special needs in Oxfordshire. Includes details of future events, contact information and how to get involved in the county.