Friday, November 16, 2018

Surrey Disabled Clubs, Groups and Support

Find Surrey wheelchair users clubs and groups, plus stroke clubs, deaf, blind and autistic spectrum services and social events plus a broad range of clubs, groups and organisations for other disabilities such as cerebral palsy, learning difficulties and head injuries located throughout Surrey by browsing the websites below.

Please feel free to submit your Surrey disabled club, sports organisation or support group here to receive maximum web promotion within Surrey and locations such as Camberley, Guildford, Weybridge and Woking.  For business listings and details of Surrey mobility and healthcare aids and services please click the link below.

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Supporting families with a Down syndrome child. Check out their social events, parents help sections and how to get in touch.

Committed to supplying sporting activities for the disabled in Surrey. View the sports on offer and how to get involved.

Promoting the arts and the work of disabled artists in Surrey. View video clips and social media links for greater details.

A talking newspaper for registered blind or partially-sighted people in and around East Surrey. Includes contacts and volunteering details.

Provides disabled people with the opportunity to ride to benefit their health and well being as well as the enjoyment of the horses and ponies.

Dedicated to providing specialist services to the deaf and hearing impaired including products and interpreting services.

Sailing for the disabled on a lake in Farnham. Site offers club details and access information and how to join and enjoy sailing whatever your disability.

Offering support services and social activities in Guildford, Surrey. Includes condition details with meeting dates and contact.

a Surrey based charity providing sports, social and recreational activities for adults and children with learning disabilities including dance, drama and sports. Check out the site and how to get involved.

Wheelchair accessible target shooting club providing dedicated wheelchair access with electronically operated target systems. View details of the club located in Woking with visiting and joining details.

Assisting people in Surrey that are blind or partially sighted. View the services offered, events held and contacts for getting involved.

East Surrey based charity assisting people and their families with dyslexia. Includes newsletters, leaflets and how to join.

A professional contemporary dance company which has dancers with and without disabilities. Includes show details, contacts and how to get involved. Based in Farnham, Surrey.

Providing details of carers support groups offering a range of information, advice and social activities to parents and carers of the disabled and elderly within Surrey.

Kayaking and canoeing club catering for the disabled and non-disabled paddler. Site offers contacts and taster session details.

A campaign group run by people with disabilities promoting the rights of the disabled. Site offers news and details of how to get involved with contacts.

Based in Leatherhead, Surrey offering advice, assistance and information to people with a visual impairment or blind. Includes contacts, fundraising and news.

Details of how to receive help, support and advice if you are a carer of the disabled or elderly in Surrey.

Provides information, advice and training on recruiting and employing personal assistants.

Surrey Young Carers is part of Action for Carers Surrey and is set up to help and support young and teenage carers living in Surrey.

Dedicated to providing a range of services, recreation and leisure activities to blind and visually impaired people throughout the London Borough of Sutton. Site highlights their events with newsletters, contacts and volunteer opportunities.

Offers musical activities, intended to allow people of all disabilities including the severely disabled child to take part and enjoy as well as benefit from music. Surrey based.

A volunteer run group providing advice, information and social gatherings to people with autism, their carers and family. Includes joining details and offers online information.


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