Friday, February 23, 2018

Suffolk Disabled Groups, Clubs and Support

Discover the largest collection of disabled clubs, sports and support groups in Suffolk catering for wheelchair users stroke victims, deaf, blind and learning disabled and those with special needs in locations across Suffolk including, Ipswich, Sudbury, Felixstowe and Lowerstoft by browsing the websites listed below.

ABLEize spends a great deal of time ensuring you are provided with the biggest and most up to date list of disability resources, however if you know of a local Suffolk group or sports club for the disabled and it has a website not included here, feel free to contact us with the details and we will see about adding it to this comprehensive list.

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Highlighting the disability and special needs services, activities and social care offered throughout the county with information and resources supplied by Suffolk County Council.

Wheelchair basketball club in Bury St Edmonds. Check out past and future games, news and how to get involved.

Discover the fun and enjoyment of wheelchair football along with match details, joining information and the latest club news. Located at Lindbergh Rd, Ipswich, Suffolk.

A registered charity established in 1986 and providing a telephone advice line for disabled people in Suffolk including issues of access, benefits and education as well as community services and employment. Also provides links of local interest.

Offering sailing for the disabled and visually impaired off of the coastal waters of Suffolk. Site provides details of how to get involved along with contacts, images and future events.

Levington, Suffolk-based sailing club providing disabled facilities and activities including visually impaired cruising. Check out the site for events details and how to go along and give sailing a try in Suffolk.

Providing services throughout east Suffolk including Shotley through to Lowestoft. Site offers details of social groups and clubs for the Blind, activities and online information and advice resources.

Details of the Gripping Valley Angling club and their purpose-built platforms for disabled anglers in Needham Market and Battisford. Includes club joining details.

Registered charity located in Tower Street, Ipswich providing advice services to all disabilities across the board. Site offers online resources and telephone details.

A dedicated support group run by people with epilepsy in and around Ipswich, Suffolk. Site offers helpline details and information about future events and how to join.

A club for swimmers of all abilities. Runs disability-only learner sessions at Ashley School on a Wednesday. View details and contact.

An athletics club catering for physically disabled people and those with visual or impairment or learning disability in and around Ipswich Suffolk and North Essex. View club details and how to get involved.

Providing support for carers of the elderly and disabled throughout Suffolk. Site includes helpline contact details with information about social events.

Providing a range of services and social activities to people with disabilities in Suffolk. Includes contacts and details of how to get involved.

Providing a comprehensive selection of disability resources for Suffolk including employment, holidays and housing as well as carers information and advice services.

Suffolk organisation that offers support, club talks, workshops and conferences for people and their families affected by dyslexia.

Suffolk Riding for the Disabled group located near Woodbridge with details of their horses, ponies and how to enjoy a range of equestrian activities with a disability.

Member of the International Riding for the Disabled Association providing a range of horse and pony riding and activities in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Providing assisted sailing for the disabled on Alton Water. Check out video clips with a calendar of events and how to go along to give sailing a try with the disability.

Discover details of how to get involved in sailing with a disability with tuition and assisted sailing on Oulton Broad, near Felixstowe.

Offering a range of support and social activities for children and adults with autism. Include campaigning details and highlights a range of services with e-mail and telephone contacts.


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