Disabled Support Groups and Clubs in Scotland
This busy and popular section of Ableize is dedicated to providing you with information about support groups, social clubs and sports activities for disabled people in Scotland and offers a range of websites of interest including carers resources, individual disability support groups, sports and much more for the disabled person in Scotland.
Includes wheelchair users clubs, organisations and groups, stroke clubs, deaf, blind, amputee, autistic spectrum, cerebral Palsy, learning difficulties and disabilities, head injury organisation plus sports facilities for the disabled located in Scottish locations. Also find localised Scottish support groups in all areas of Scotland including Edinburgh and Glasgow. Please also see separate categories listed below for Glasgow, disabled sports in Scotland along with listings for social groups and support in all areas of Scotland. Trust Ableize we have disability in Scotland covered!
The leading dementia organisation in Scotland providing information and support as well as details of training and events. Also provides a 24 hour dementia helpline.
Formed to promote art and disabled artists in Scotland and offering details of their arts, music and drama programmes with location details.
The country’s leading disability organisations working for a just Scotland. Working with children, adults and families living with disabilities to support them in their everyday lives.
Set up to help support those in need of care as well as carers. Includes contacts.
Supporting carers of the disabled and elderly in Scotland with details of their regular meetings, training events, campaigns and how to gain membership.
Providing dedicated cerebral palsy support in Scotland along with information, resources and details ot treatments and therapy available in Scotland.
One of the largest and most active charities within Scotland providing services to people with a range of physical and learning disabilities. Site offers details of their social events with details of their community support services, employment opportunities and mental health services.
A care, social and support group working to improve the quality of life for everyone in Scotland with Down’s syndrome. Highlights events and news and offers online resources.
Provides details and information about living with M.E along with local meetings, support services and social activities in this area of Scotland.
Provides social activities, help and advice and a range of resources to help blind and vision impaired people, their family and carers in and around Dundee.
Providing help and advice to people with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) with self-help articles, details of living with ME and a telephone helpline for support.
Providing help and support to Edinburgh young carers that care for a disabled or elderly family members
Provides support, information and a range of training to people in Scotland with epilepsy and their family/carer members. Includes online information with details of fundraising events and offers a freephone helpline.
A group of people with disabilities campaigning for access improvements. It includes information about the group and an access guide. Visitors and residents can also add views, comments, photos and ideas to the guestbook.
Lanarkshire support group holding regular meetings to provide support and to increase awareness of epilepsy. Site offers a range of online resources.
Run by parents of children with autism and offering support, social events and a range of online information.
Aberdeen and Moray group providing services, training and events for deaf and blind people. Highlights social clubs, guides and local transport.
Clackmannnshire group that organises play schemes for children with special needs. Includes details of weekly social and youth clubs.
Edinburgh based charity providing teacher training, educational resources, seminars and workshops to assist people working with visually impaired children and young people. Royal Blind Learning Hub is run by a qualified teacher of the visually impaired. Call 0131 446 3128 for further details.
Scottish Consortium of Learning Disabilities work side-by-side with people with learning disabilities to achieve inclusive living. Includes publications, online information and training details.
Details of social events and outings plus training courses and a range of online information and advice.
A charity that provides assistance with as well as offering social activities to adults and children with deafblindness, sensory impairment, learning and physical disabilities.
Assisting blind and visually impaired people in the Scottish Highlands and Western Isles. Details of meetings and outings, local events and support groups.
A group campaigning for improved access to buildings and services for the disabled in South Ayrshire. Includes an Ayr access guide plus details of meetings and how to join.
Lottery funded support service for visually impaired children offering support details, information and contacts.
Dedicated to providing support, projects and advice in all areas of spina bifida with online information resources, telephone helpline and events details.
Provides a MS helpline offering advice and information in Stirling, Scotland as well as details of social activities and how to get involved.
Established Scottish charity that raises funds for research and support of people with motor neurone disease. Includes details of their carers centre, events and how to get involved.
A charity and social club in West Lothian providing support and activities to adults and children with special needs and learning difficulties. Includes contact details.
Currently the only only riding for the disabled group in Midlothian. Site offers images, highlights the benefits of riding for the disabled and explains how to give it a try.
Provides valuable information, support and social activities to people with ME/CFS in and around West Lothian, Scotland. Site includes directions to their Livingston centre, contact telephone plus handy hints for making living with ME/CFS more manageable.