Disabled Support Groups, Sports and Clubs in Glasgow
The dedicated Glasgow section of ABLEize has been created to provide details and contacts with a number of disability groups, clubs and sports of all types throughout Glasgow to offer a valuable resource to all disabled and special needs people, their family and carers.
Browse the sites below to find clubs, support groups and organisations that assist adults and children with a disability in and around Glasgow. Includes disabled social groups and clubs and a range of recreational activities offered to people with disabilities within Glasgow.
If you have a disability specific website offering information, support or services to the disabled in Glasgow you can add it free by clicking the Submit Your Site button at the top of this page and selecting the free listing option.
Glasgow charity providing specialist services to the blind in Scotland including text to audio and free pod casts and tapes. Provides details of the publications offered including Radio Times Scotland and a number of Scottish newspapers.
Glasgow voluntary organisation providing support and specialised services to deaf adults and children. Site offers video clips, support details and information about their social activities.
Supporting adults and children with learning disabilities as well as their carers living in Glasgow. Includes details of future social activities and club meetings.
Offers information, advice and support to people with epilepsy in and around Glasgow. Site includes counselling details, workshops and how to volunteer.
Offers assistance to people with disabilities in Glasgow to help them live as independently as possible by assisting with housing, employment and training. Site offers online resources, help sections and contact.
Promoting equality and disability rights for the disabled people of Glasgow. Read reports, events, meeting details and how to get involved.
A dedicated Scout Group for boys aged 7 to 25 with physical disabilities and life limiting conditions. Site provides joining details, summer camp information, images and how to offer support.
Offers a number of sports activities for the disabled in Glasgow, club activities include basketball, table tennis and powerlifting. View club details and how to get involved.
Glasgow club offering pony, horse and carriage riding for people with disabilities and special needs.
Horse riding for the disabled and special needs in Glasgow. Site shows the horses and ponies with details of how to book or become a volunteer.
Providing support and social meetings in Glasgow for anybody affected by diabetes. Site highlighted their activities, a programme of events and how to make contact.
Offering advice and a range of social activities for people with diabetes in Glasgow. Site provides programme of events and club activities with links of interest and local contacts.
An enthusiastic judo club in Glasgow specialising in encouraging people with physical and learning disabilities to get involved, enjoy training and enter competitions. Check out their facilities along with a calendar of events and club contacts.
Day care services and care for deaf people living in and around Glasgow in Scotland. Site includes information, deaf FAQ and contact details.
Set up to provide supported living to people who had been in long term institutional care and highlighting a range of disability and special needs groups and resources throughout Glasgow.
Glasgow based inclusive dance company for disabled people, their family and carers. View video clips, training information, events and how to get involved.
Glasgow based organisation providing rehabilitation, training and care services for disabled and special needs adults and children. Services include training and employment and support.
Glasgow-based visual arts group offering a range of workshops, events and exhibitions for people with a disability or special needs. View details of the artists, their work and how to get involved or donate.
Based in Glasgow and providing information and advice to anybody considering a career in interpreting as well as promoting awareness and ongoing professional development. They are the regulatory body for sign language in Scotland.
Glasgow-based charity set up to support and help improve the lives of people with learning disabilities. Provide advocacy groups and organisers number of social activities, events and days out.
Part of the University of Glasgow and set up to undertake research on the social aspects of disability based on the experiences of disabled people throughout Scotland. Includes publications and events details.
A Glasgow disabled club set up to support and offer social activities to adults and children with a disability or autism living in Glasgow. Open 50 weeks of the year.