Staffordshire Disabled Support Groups, Sports and Clubs
Find a selection of Staffordshire based disability services, clubs and many exciting recreation and sports activities for all disabilities listed in this busy section of ABLEize. Sites include wheelchair users clubs and groups, stroke clubs, deaf, blind groups and local social meetings as well as adults and children’s care services, disabled access groups and much much more.
Browse the Staffs sites highlighted below and click on titles of interest catering for disabilities such as autistic spectrum with advice and support plus clubs and self help groups for those with learning difficulties, mental health and head injury. Find clubs for all disabilities located in Staffordshire here in ABLEize, the UK’s largest disability and mobility resource.
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Highlighting accessible countryside parks and country walks in Staffs. Includes locations and the levels of access offered.
Based in Winshill and set up to provide support and social activities for people affected by stroke and their families. Burton on Trent. Site includes details of regular meetings.
Chorley, Lichfield located accessible fresh water fishing lake with many pegs accessible to wheelchair users. View images, reduced disabled members fees and the current fish stock and sizes.
A dedicated group and registered charity providing 24hrs telephone support services to the deaf and hearing impaired people of Staffs along with educational courses and social activities throughout Staffordshire.
Based in Stoke-on-Trent. Offers information and advice and support to parents, carers, families and their Deaf Deafened and Deafblind adults and children.
Dedicated to offering cricket to the disabled and those with special needs. Site offers details of their development groups and how to give cricket a go.
Details of accessible ski activities offered at the SnowDome in Tamworth. Includes details of specialised equipment to enable standing and seated skiing option with support.
Stoke-on-Trent charity providing disability advice lines five days a week including support services and benefit advice. Also provides a range of useful resources via their website.
A busy social group for disabled people located in Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme. Check out their site for details of the activities and events including arts, crafts, drama and handbell ringing as well as carers training.
Based in Cannock, Staffordshire and run by run by parents and carers that have children with special needs or disabilities. Offers support, social activities, days out and much more.
Local Staffordshire support group holding regular meetings and offering newsletters and information to people with chronic fatigue conditions, such as CFS, PVFS and fibromyalgia.
Associated to the Stroke Association and providing support, social activities, home visits and valuable information for anybody effected by stroke in Staffordshire. Based at Winton House, Stoke Road Stoke-on-Trent.
An active charity set up in 2002 to offer support and social activities to people, their families and carers of adults and children with asperger or autism. Site highlights group events, support and fundraising activities.
A dedicated support service for adult and young carers that care for disabled and elderly people in Staffs. Site include details of events and social activities, support and how to volunteer.
A very active and welcoming day centre for all disabilities in Staffordshire with details of their activities, sports and social get together’s. Located in Burnthill Lane, Rugeley.
A volunteer run group working on improving disabled access to shops and services throughout Staffordshire. Site offers meeting details, news, events and how to get involved.
SAAS provides help and support to adults with autism as well as a number of social events and group meetings. Includes a helpline.
Provides a number of Staffordshire based activities, events and opportunities for disabled people from the ages 11 through to 25. Office in located at The Old Library, Bird Street, Lichfield.
Founded to promote football and offer the disabled the opportunity to participate in football. Includes contacts for details of how to get involved.
Information about sports clubs and activities for people with disabilities in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent supplied by Staffordshire Council.
Provides support services and online information and resources to anybody suffering with OCD related issues. Includes contacts.
Offering Hawaiian style canoeing in Staffordshire. The club has a mixture of able bodied and disabled members. View the club info pages, news and make contact.
A club set up for Stoke City disabled supporters assisting with access and offering information about volunteer attendants at home matches.
A comprehensive collection of support groups and contacts for a range of disabilities and special needs. Includes local Staffs charities, housing assistance and mental health. Includes events details.
A swimming club for the disabled. Details of the sessions and how to get involved. Includes contact details.
A services provided by Stoke-on-Trent City Council, Staffordshire County Council and Clinical Commissioning Group to provide support to carers of the disabled and elderly within Staffordshire.