Wales and Welsh Disabled Support Clubs and Social Groups
Browse through this section of a ABLEize for Wales to find details of wheelchair users clubs, organisations and groups, and a number of related disability organisations such as stroke clubs, deaf, blind, amputee, autistic spectrum and all manner of social meetings and activities to enhance the life of disabled people in Wales.
Wales has a lot to offer disabled people in a range of ways including a broad selection of sports and sporting activities for all disabilities and all manner of support groups providing information, advice and assistance not just for disabled people but also their family and carers. Browse through the sites being highlighted below clicking on any titles to enter the individual websites.
A centre and registered charity that offers help and assistance to disabled and sick children on a 160 acre working farm located in Carmarthenshire.
Supporting families with deaf children in Wales by holding regular family group meetings, social activities and support. Site includes meeting details, contacts and information about becoming a volunteer.
A busy club for the blind and vision impaired with details of local events and activities in and around Cardiff, help section and how to get involved.
Assisting and supporting families with a child affected by a brain condition. Site offers parents guides, details of free toys and equipment, freephone support and how to donate.
Covering the areas of North Wales and offering lip reading classes, advice, information and social club facilities.
Details of disability and dyslexia services offered by the University of Wales. Also offers students allowance information.
Details of disability services available in Cardiff including help adapting your home, benefits and grants. Information supplied by Cardiff Council.
An independent, not for profit organisation established in 1972. A membership organisation of disability groups and allies from across Wales.
Providing accessibility services and working towards removing as well as highlighting disability discrimination for disabled people in Wales. View publications, contacts and how to get involved.
Down’s Syndrome support group that has been established for more than 30 years. Dedicated to providing support and a range of social activities in and around South East Wales.
Provides an epilepsy helpine and support group with online information, publications and volunteer details.
View a diary of the group’s events with online information, newsletters and contact details. Site also highlights causes, tyreatment details and links of interest.
LDAN is dedicated to promoting research to help improve the lives of social care of people in Wales than such as autism. Site explains about their work with conference dates and contacts.
Supports people with learning disabilities throughout Wales along with their family and carers. Provides information, meeting details and training.
Provides a range of services and information to the blind and visually impaired in the Welsh areas of Llanelli, Carmarthen and the Amman Valley.
Supplying support, assistance and social activities as well as range of services with learning disabilities throughout Wales. Check out the website to find how to get involved, campaign details of information about local groups in Wales.
Provides mental health support and advice with a directory of related resources and services for Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf. Also offer information for carers including benefits and support.
Supporting adults in Monmouthsire with mental health issues with a range of courses and social groups and employment opportunities. Includes donation details.
Cymru based group offering MS support and advice. Includes details of social meetings and how to get involved.
Highlights a number of stroke clubs throughout South and Mid Wales. Includes group details and highlights a number of activities. Caerphilly based.
Set up as a national campaign to tackle discrimination and the stigma often faced by adults in Wales with a mental health problem. Site offers help and support with details in English and Welsh.