Sports and Recreation for the Disabled and Special Needs
This busy and ever-growing section of ABLEize is undoubtedly the largest disabled recreation and disability sports resource on the Internet, many have built similar resources but don’t quite come up to scratch to this area which has been growing since 2006 and added to on a regular basis. Browse through the disabled and special needs recreation and sports categories below where you will find a whole range of sports to suit all disabilities.
Disabled sport is a large and important area of ABLEize covering an ever growing selection of sports for the disabled and special needs including recreational hobby sites of interest, sporting sites and information for the disabled sportsmen and woman. All sounds a mouthful but this category provides the largest collection of disability and special needs sports information in the UK and Europe.
See the selected sporting categories below, also see Disabled Groups and Clubs listed by UK counties as these areas also contain local disability sports groups such as swimming, horse riding, archery, basketball and many more exciting sports to get involved in and enjoy and who knows maybe even get fitter.
Coverage of disabled sports and Paralympic events taking place throughout the UK supplied by the BBC. Includes a disabled sports calendar.
Bristol Union of Disability Sports. Organises a broad selection of sports and sporting activites for people with disabilities.
Promotes and seeks to increase sport and physical recreational opportunities for people with a disability and especially those who have cerebral palsy.
Promoting equality and opportunities for people with disabilities to take part in sking and snowsports. Includes news, events, donation details and how to get involved.
Promotes and develops sport for persons of restricted growth and to enable them to enter and compete in sport on an equal footing.
National body responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England. Regional pages, information on coaching, different sports, publications, help and advice.
Warwickshire RSDA meets on Saturday mornings at the Ken Marriott Leisure Centre and offers a range of disabled sports that include darts, bowls, tabble tennis and archery.
Providing financial grants to disabled people who wish to participate in sports, with the aim of improving their quality of their life.
Organises yearly British Transplant Games and offers details of related sports and games for anybody having received a transplant.