Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Disabled Support Groups, Sports and Clubs in Glasgow

The section of ABLEize has been created to provide details and contacts with a number of disability groups, clubs and sports of all types.  Browse the site below to find clubs, support groups and organisations that assist adults and children with a disability in and around Glasgow. Includes disabled social and sports clubs and a range of recreational activities offered to people with disabilities within Glasgow.

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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.

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.

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.

Day care services and care for deaf people living in and around Glasgow in Scotland. Site includes information, deaf FAQ and contact details.

Glasgow club offering pony, horse and carriage riding for people with disabilities.

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.

Serving the disabled people of North Glasgow and offering a range of social activities and educational programmes.

Providing details of voluntary organisations as well as volunteer opportunities in Glasgow and highlighting a number of projects and services to get involved with.


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