In association with Active Essex, Clacton Leisure Centre offer supported swimming sessions for those with additional needs. Get in touch for more details, or come down and give it a go!
If you’re struggling to find motivation to take the next steps in becoming more active, look toward Active Essex’s All Together Ambassador profiles for inspiration -> www.activeessex.org/all-together-ambassadors/
Stoked watersports provides access to watersports activities including kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, water biking and wind sport. We welcome individuals, groups and families. Our unique beach operation in Stokes Bay, Gosport offers top of the range equipment, safety cover and on water coaching making it ideal for all ages and all abilities. Our season is from 1st July until the end of October.
Flyerz is an inclusive hockey programme. It is open to all ages and abilities. Modified equipment is available. Sessions are fun and participant focused. They run on Friday evenings on alternate weeks. Please see website for a list of dates or email us!
There is a whole network of Flyerz clubs around Britain supported by Access Sport and England Hockey.
Disability activities at Caldecotte Xperience provide some of the best accessible outdoor learning in Buckinghamshire. Activity and learning should be fun for all involved, and with good planning, there can be other additional benefits and quantifiable outcomes too. The level to which these outcomes are achieved depends on whether individual or group goals are recreational, educational, social, rehabilitative or all of them!
Walking football is different to regular Association Football in many ways and is aimed at the over 50’s age group.
It has very specific rules that outlaw all running and allows no contact between players. Over-head height restrictions and indirect free kicks ensure that the sport is played safely with full consideration to the participants’ age.
As a result of these rules, games are played at a slower pace, often on state of the art 3G artificial grass pitches, thus reducing the threat of pain, discomfort and injury, with players briskly walking through matches. This allows people who have loved the sport all their lives to once again safely get back to playing and also introduces the sport to people who perhaps have never considered playing before.
Walking Netball is a slower version of the game; it is netball, but at a walking pace. The game has been designed so that anyone can play it regardless of age or fitness level.
From those who have dropped out of the sport they love due to serious injury, to those who believed they had hung up their netball trainers many years ago, it really is for everyone.
A fun session open to adults of all disabilities. The first hour is a gym session, supervised by a qualified fitness instructor. The second hour is an activity in the sports hall which can be either curling, badminton or basketball.
Mini soccer sessions for boys and girls aged 16 and under with learning difficulties or a disability.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, in the first instance to register an interest.
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 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.