Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Disability Sport in Scotland

Sport for the disabled and special needs in Scotland.  This area of ABLEize provides details of recreation and sports activities for the disabled throughout various areas of Scotland including swimming, bowling, accessible fishing, sailing and rambling, wheelchair rugby and many more including some great canal activities.  Also find disabled horse riding, archery and many other sport activities for people with disabilities in Scotland.

Please search through the listings below to find your sports club of interest along with contact details to find out more or how to take part in one of the many disabled sporting activities in Scotland. If you know of a disabled sport organisation in Scotland and it is not included here please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to include it.  Click the link below to send this page to a friend.

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Information from Scottish Archery of accessible archery for visually impaired people and those with disabilities. Includes details of how are where to get involved including dedicated schools and clubs.

A registered charity specialising in golf for the blind and visually impaired with details of the Scottish facilities and how to join.

Wheelchair rugby club open to new members and based in Glasgow. View details of the sport with training information, squad details and how to join in or just go along to watch.

Sports club located in Dundee offering a range of wheelchair sports for all including wheelchair rugby, basketball, curling and racquet sports. Check out the site and how to get involved.

Actively supporting disabled sport in Scotland with a range of sporting activing including basketball, table tennis and a number of social activities for all disabilities and special needs.

The Facebook page of this sports club which provides disabled youths with the chance to take part in competitive and non-competitive sports.

A dedicated organisation actively working to improve access to sports and recreational activities in Scotland for the disabled. Site provides details of their work and the activities available as well as how to get involved.

Stirling based charity highlighting disability and special needs sports with details of coaching, education and how to get involved. Includes bowls, boccia, football, athletics and golf.

Providing details of sports for the disabled with information about past and present athletes, coaching and future events. Inverness-based.

An enthusiastic rambling group for people with disabilities to enjoy the countryside through the access of mobility scooters. Site provides details of the coming years rambling events with images, past ramble reports and membership information.

Set up in 1962 to promote sports to the disabled and special needs in Scotland. Find details of local clubs, activities and events and discover a disability sport for you.

A West Lothian sports club for people with disabilities offering a range of sports and recreation activities including archery, tenpin bowling and boccia. View club details, images and information about how to get involved.

Details of para and wheelchair badminton in Scotland with information provided by Badminton Scotland. Includes the rules of the sport, competitions and clubs in Dundee, Fife, Highlands and Edinburgh.

Provides people with a disability the opportunity to ride and enjoy all the activities connected with horse riding.

Details of a record winning team of disabled anglers in Scotland. Site includes catch details with contacts for anybody interested in getting involved.

Set up to promote, support and establish a range of disability sports activities in Scotland. Site includes details of grants for sports clubs and athletes with referral details.

An established club providing training and competitions for players with special needs and learning disabilities. Includes details of the clubs medal wins with details of future competitions and events and how to join.

Cycling for the visually impaired in West or Central areas of Fife. Site offers events details, an explanation of how visually impaired cycling works and how to get involved.

An active club providing swimming for people with physical and learning disabilities at Grangemouth Sports Complex. Includes details of the assistance offered and how to join.

Offers free social and fun canal cruising for disabled people in Scotland. Site offers canal maps, events details and details of how to get involved.

A club for wheelchair users and other disabilities to learn to fly a glider. Site offers videos, membership details and price guides.

Official information about riding for the disabled and those with special needs in areas of Scotland. Discover horse riding and carriage driving as a therapy in around 20 RDA member groups across Argyll, Ayrshire, Central Scotland and Perthshire.


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