Birmingham Disabled Groups, Clubs and Associations
This busy and popular section of ABLEize provides details of Birmingham disabled clubs, groups and associations offering a range of support, information and social activities to a broad range of disabilities throughout Birmingham. Browse through the information sites and services listed below and click on the website title or social media link to find more information along with contacts of Birmingham groups and social clubs that provide a range of social, sports and support services to people of all disabilities along with their carers and family members.
We regularly and extensively search the Internet to find wheelchair user groups, blind, deaf and vision impaired as well as stroke clubs providing support and advice to the disabled people of all areas of the UK and Ireland including this section of Birmingham no matter what their disability. Please also check out the Disabled Clubs and Groups West Midlands section for broader disability resources.
Pop along to the Garden Site located at 209 Chester Road, Birmingham, B36 0ET and check out their range of wheelchair accessible garden planter products and an amazing range of garden furniture, ornaments, greenhouses and much more. Open 7 days a week and offering free delivery.
A charity working with deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and hearing impaired people. View what they do, campaigns, news and how to get involved. Based in Birmingham.
A self-help group providing support and information to people suffering from tinnitus in Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
Providing helpful and comprehensive services to carers in Birmingham including support, training, news and social events.
Located in Yardley, Birmingham and offering a broad range of independent support services to people with disabilities, their family and carers throughout Birmingham.
A Birmingham based group with details of social meetings, what is dyslexia section plus Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Dyscalculia information. View contact details and how to join and get involved.
Established back in 1848 and offering education, technology, guidance and support for Birmingham’s blind and visually impaired adults and children.
Cafe and drop-in centre for deaf adults and children. Ladywood Road, Birmingham, B16 8SZ.
Offers advocacy and carer support and community development services for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Provides a broad range of services and support to people with mental health issues in and around Birmingham including training, education, residential care and recovery services.
Offers free confidential and impartial advice to people with disabilities, their family and carers. Includes advice about items such as Motability Allowance and Benefits, Blue Badges and a range of mobility products and services. Includes a location map of their centre.
And active support group for anybody in and around Birmingham suffering from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). Check out their website for details of this condition along with a helpline telephone number and details of their regular meetings.
Based in the Chelmsley Wood area of Birmingham providing a range of services and support to children, young people and adults with learning disabilities.
A Birmingham based service supplying cassette based news to the visually impaired and blind living in and around Birmingham in the West Midlands. Includes contacts, FAQ and how to get in touch.
The Mac Birmingham provides full wheelchair access with one dedicated wheelchair accessible potters wheel. See full details, images and how to book via Euan’s Guide website.