South Yorkshire Disabled Support Groups, Sports and Clubs
This dedicated disability section of South Yorkshire provides details of social groups, support services, sports and much more for disabled adults and children throughout South Yorkshire including wheelchair users clubs and groups, stroke clubs, deaf, blind social meetings, amputee, autistic spectrum, cerebral Palsy, learning difficulties and disabilities, head injury etc located in South Yorkshire including Doncaster , Barnsley and Sheffield.
Sheffield disability resources are listed separately and can be found by clicking the link below. If you know of a disabled group not listed here and you want to help us build this dedicated South Yorkshire section then simply email us the details via our contact us link and we will add if suitable.
Total Mobility in Barnsley provide dedicated sales and services for all your mobility needs including portable and full size scooters, wheelchairs and powerchairs, wetrooms and access showers as well as the supply and fitting of stairlifts throughout South Yorkshire. Call them today on 01226 872110.
Located in Dean Street, Barnsley and providing drop-in support and social activities, carers support, multi-sensory sessions and respite breaks. Check out the future events along with real life stories.
Details of dedicated disability football sessions and how to get involved or give it a try in Doncater. Includes details of Special Olympics events.
Sponsored through the Mayor’s Charity to provide support and carers services to anybody affected by dementia within Barnsley and the surrounding areas of South Yorks.
A disabled and disability advisory service for people living in the Doncaster Borough. Offers benefit advice, fact sheets and telephone advice lines.
A specialist for the inclusive multi-athletic club catering for all disabilities. Site provides images, events details on how to join.
Run by parents with deaf children to offer support, a range of local activities and events and support services. Site includes contact details.
Provided mental health support services and events in Doncaster. View future events and how to get involved with this charity backed by Mind.
A voluntary group offering training to physical learning disabled people of all disabilities to enable them to lead a more independen life. Located in Sheffield.
Doncaster archery club open to all abilities. View details of beginners courses and have a go sessions held at their indoor shooting venue located in the indoor arena at Astea Academy Woodfields.
Supporting South Yorkshire adults and children as well as family members in all areas of brain injury / head injury including counselling, social activities and events.
Details of the disabled facilities at the home grounds of Doncaster Rovers including wheelchair spaces, lifts and parking. Includes details of reserved parking and how to book.
Has seven fresh water fishing lakes with a total of 238 pegs, many being wheelchair accessible. View lake details located between Retford and Bawtry, access details and how to join.
South Yorkshire mental health charity providing support, business space rental and activities to anybody suffering mental health issues. Site includes contacts and online information resources.
Founded in 1979 and continuing to provide information and support to adults and children with diabetes. Includes details of events with direct contact for dedicated support.
Offering support and social activities for people with Down’s syndrome in South Yorkshire and also West, North Yorks, East Riding and Lincolnshire. Includes contacts and details of local support groups.
South Yorkshire support group offering social events, group meetings and a range of advice and information to people with motor neurone disease.
Doncaster charity providing training, physiotherapy, advice and information for people with disabilities along with a range of social events and club activities.
Set up to encourage active patient and public involvement in Dementia research to gain greater knowledge it fitting and finding a cure for dementia. Includes details of how to get involved. Run by the University of Sheffield.