Tyne and Wear Disabled Support, Sports and Social Clubs
Find Tyne and Wear disabled clubs and groups including wheelchair users clubs, stroke clubs and social meetings as well as support groups and social activities in Tyne & Wear areas such as Sunderland, Gatehead and Newcastle offering a range of services to people with disabilities, their family members or carers including, deaf, blind and adults and childred with learning difficulties throughout Tyne and Wear locations.
ABLEize offers the largest collection of disabled groups and clubs in the UK and lists them county by county, this section in dedicated to promoting the disabled resources throughout Tyne and Wear, browse the sites below and click on the highlighted titles for further information.
Dedicated to providing dementia support within the City of Sunderland as well as their families and carers. Site includes contacts and volunteer details and information about a range of social activities.
Offers people with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy a range of free activities including arts and crafts, hydrotherapy pool and a range of sensory activities as well as music and adapted play areas. Located in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Details of accessible fishing lakes including wheelchair accessible pegs, disabled toilets and contacts for anybody wanting to join in or get more details.
All inclusive fishing for people with disabilities fishing for cod, whiting and dab in the centre of Newcastle. View images, training and awards details and how to join in.
Disability and special needs information and support centre based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Promotes independence for disabled people and offers training, payroll and independent services to all of Tyne and Wear.
North Shields based dyslexia information and support for all areas of Tyne and Wear. Find details of activities and events, training, assessments and much more. Also offers support via telephone, web chat or email.
Gateshead Carers provide a full services for adult and child carers including support, benefit advice, training and short breaks as well as social activities. John Haswell House, 8-9 Gladstone, Terrace, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear.
Gateshead based independent theatre company run by as well as for people with learning disabilities. View training details and current projects, what’s on guides and how to get involved.
Based in Newcastle upon Tyne offering dance, theatre and film opportunities to people with learning disabilities. Find out how to get involved or set up your own physical theatre company with help and guidance from of a dedicated staff and the board of directors.
Tyne and Wear branch of the MNDA. Highlights local meetings and events with information and advice. Includes details of how to get involved and also offers direct dial telephone contacts and future events details.
An independent Newcastle charity supporting and assisting adult carers of the elderly and disabled. Check out the many services as well as social get togethers, training and complementary therapy.
Support, advice and social activities including coffee mornings and get-togethers offered in this dedicated Newcastle Upon Tyne deaf centre located in Summerhill Grove.
Provides support as well as raising awareness and of fibromyalgia. Site includes information packs, benefit advice and research information. Meets in Longbenton, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
A registered charity providing support, group activities and classes as well as fund raising activities throughout Tyne and Wear.
Offering professional disability football coaching to children, teens and adults with a range of disabilities and special needs. Find our more and how to get involved.
Newcastle Upon Tyne charity providing support and advice to anybody with eating disorder problems. Covers the areas of Tyneside, Wearside, County Durham and Northumberland.
Holds AD/HD support group meetings for adults, teens and parents in Newcastle as well as Middlesbrough. Covers the areas of Tyne & Wear, Northumberland, Teeside, or Durham.
Registered charity dedicated to providing support services to adult and child carers throughout Tyne and Wear. Includes benefit, carers rights and wellbeing support as well as publications and news. Includes contacts.
Beacon Hill deaf and visual impairment services providing support and advice in areas of employment, family, education and training.
Ouseburn Farm provides accessible and safe access to the many farm animals as well education and social activities for a range of disabilities, also public tea rooms and much more in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Set up to provide advice, support and resources to carers looking after the disabled and elderly in Tyne and Wear. Also offers useful publications online with support contact details.
Providing supports, jobseekers resources and education to people with autism throughout all areas of Tyne and Wear.