Monday, May 20, 2024

Worcestershire Disabled Support, Social and Sports Clubs and Groups

ABLEize provides the UK’s largest collection of disability resources, this section offers details of disabled clubs and groups as well as related sites of interest to Worcestershire and Worcester.  Find wheelchair users clubs and groups, stroke clubs, deaf, blind social meetings as well as some great wheelchair accessible fishing and football and sports clubs. Sites listed here also includes Worcestershire disabled support groups such as autistic spectrum, learning difficulties, head injury, deaf, blind support services etc located in Worcester and Worcestershire including disability resources in Redditch, Evesham and Bromsgrove.

Please feel free to drop us an email to have your local Worcestershire special needs or disabled club, sports or support group here and don’t forget to give us a mention in the Worcestershire areas as the largest collection of disabled clubs and groups in the county.

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Autism support services with day care support and fully adapted vehicles providing transport to their Worcester centre. Site includes details of their Saturday autism club.

A disabled and wheelchair accessible fresh water lake in Wichenford, Worcester. Site offers images and details of car access right up to the solid wheelchair accessible swims and how to purchase tickets.

Dedicated to providing free, impartial and confidential disability advice and information including welfare and benefit advice services for disabled people, their families and carers.

Discover how to take part in disabled sports in Worcestershire including wheelchair spotrt, inclusive cricket, football, boccia and many other exciting sports in accessible clubs in the county.

Volunteer run organisation offering free advice and guidance by phone, email and social media. Helps with form filling, Tax credit and benefits as well as job applications and CV’s.

Dedicated to campaigning for inclusive services and providing support and social activities for people with learning disabilities. Includes details of sports, care services and how to get help.

Providing help, advice and social activities to blind and partially sighted people living in and around Redditch, Worcestershire. Site includes details of future events and contact for help.

Providing information, guides and details of aids for the deaf and hearing impaired in Redditch and areas of Worcestershire. Includes a handy BSL index.

Worcester Riding School offers lessons in horse riding for people with a physical or learning disability. Site includes contacts for more information.

Worcester charity offering care and support to the blind and vision impaired. Site offers useful resources and eye information.

Providing support and friendship to adults and children with a disability or special needs in the Wyre Forest area of Worcestershire including Kidderminster, Bewdley, Stourport and surrounding areas.

Details of disabled access and facilities at this fresh water fishing lake in Droitwich, Worcestershire including wheelchair accessible swims. View images, directions and day ticket details.

Running a carers support helpline Mon to Sat and providing helpful online resources, free carer training and volunteering information.

Registered charity providing care, support and social activities to deaf and hard of hearing children in Worcestershire. Check out their future events and how to get involved or make contact.

Providing advice and support to anybody with a disability in the areas of North Worcestershire; Bromsgrove, Redditch and Wyre Forest. Site offers extensive resources, factsheets and downloads.

Worcester based support group for anybody with glaucoma. Site includes downloads, video clips and contacts for support or advice.

Holds monthly meeting and social gatherings plus offers advice and ME information throughout Worcestershire.

A local Worcestershire support groups for parents and carers who have children with a disability. Check out their site for details of local events and activities and also how to get involved within the towns and villages of Worcestershire.

Providing support to children and young people under 25 that care for a disabled or sick family member of parent. Get help via their website or call their dedicated helpline.