The Gympanzees Pop Ups run every Easter and Summer holidays, 7 days per week. We provide a facility which caters for the play, exercise and social needs of children and young people with any ability and disability, and their families and friends. We hire out a school and set up different play and exercise areas including an inclusive gym, indoor and outdoor playgrounds, soft play, music room, trampolines and 2 sensory rooms. We have sessions which cater for all needs including sessions which are open for anybody, through to more disability specific sessions. There is also a cafe to relax and socialise.
We offer gym sessions to fit any ability, we also run a fun aerobics class for all abilities including sitting, floor work and at an appropriate pace
We specialise in making the outdoors accessible to all. We are Scotland's only RYA Centre of Excellence for disability sailing and a HSBC UK Disability hub for cycling.
Solihull Active promote and provide a range of physical activity opportunities across the Borough. We have numerous activities to cater for those with physical and learning disabilities to take part in. All activities we offer are inclusive; we have soft archery, boccia, multi-sports, table tennis to offer. We also have a wide number of partnerships so always happy to liaise or sign post participants to other areas.
Providing adventurous outdoor activity experiences designed to stimulate, educate and motivate young people and others at affordable prices in a challenging and safe environment.
Adaptive Athlete training offers a scaled approach to CrossFit and surrounding disciplines for people with disabilities. Our coach is qualified in adaptive training.
Providing an opportunity to all vulnerable and impaired people of all ages to join our friendly safe and fully equipped bowling sessions which will give them enjoyment and the confidence to compete with all types of people with differing abilities.
We provide wheelchair dancing coupled with creative and arts program in fashion and pageantry and dance/sports, our aim is to combine together all the above to enable our service users/clients to live a better vibrant independent life's through these activities, and it increases better well being, socialisational skills, learning skills and a place of belonging.
Greenbank Sports Academy is run by The Greenbank Project (Greenbank), a Liverpool based registered charity (Charity Number 513814), which has operated since 1983. Our mission statement states that Greenbank Sports Academy is a centre of excellence in physical education, sport and recreation that is totally user friendly, owned and run by disabled people. This is achieved by offering the following activities: Sports and recreation sessions for disabled children in school holidays and after school Disability sports events and clubs Specialist sports coaching within the community including schools Links to governing bodies for sport and support for elite athletes by providing training facilities. A flexible educational pathway into vocational training, coaching and higher education through courses offered at Greenbank College and in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University Opening up employment opportunities for disabled people in the sports and leisure industry Running a café, conference and accommodation facilities, gym and sports hall on a not for profit basis for the benefit of the local community
The ISF is a proactive social initiative founded by myself, Manjit Singh Takhar, to address a need for a flexible, socially inclusive, activities group within the city of Leicester. Initially planned as a specific VI Futsal group, since 2015 the idea has evolved to include a range of developing range of skills-based activities, each promoted in the specific interest of the Foundation Clients. The I.S.Foundation is designed to provide an opportunity for anyone who finds appeal in the range of activities on offer at any time. The Foundation offers people individually the opportunity to expand their social health experiences within mutually supportive fun environments, taking part in a variety of sports and social pursuits. The idea has evolved to include a range of skills-based activities, each promoted in the specific interest of the Foundation Clients, irrespective of colour, race, or ability.