Mid Sussex Marlins Swimming Club has two groups for swimmers with disabilities: Dolphins in Burgess Hill and Starfish in Haywards Heath. Both groups offer classes for children from the age of 7 and adults. The teachers are qualified and where necessary, swimmers have the benefit of 1:1 assistance. Classes cater for beginners through to competitive swimmers and are based on water confidence, skills, swimming and fun! Many members are able to swim in mainstream lessons as well.
We aim to provide fun sporting opportunities for young people (12+) with primarly learning difficulties. We run on Saturday mornings in Foss sports Hall at York St John Universty 10:15/11:45am.
DSAuk offer varied and wide ranging opportunities for new and current members to participate in sport and recreational activities with 10 regional groups running regular sessions throughout the year, all offering a variety of sports and activities. In addition, DSAuk hold their Annual National Games where people with restricted growth can compete against each other, in a range of sports, on an even playing field. Visit www.dsauk.org/events for details of all current events.
The LimbPower Games is designed to guide and support new amputees and individuals with limb impairments and individuals new to physical activity and sport to take part in sport and reap the physical, psychological and social benefits. Among the sports on offer this year are: Athletics (track & field), cycling, archery, tennis, badminton, swimming, shooting, Wheelchair basketball, cricket, sitting volleyball, football and a climbing wall.
South Ayrshire Tigers is a Powerchair Football Club based in Ayr, Scotland. The club was established in January 2015 in order to provide Powerchair Football opportunities to disabled people in Ayrshire. The club currently runs one training session a week at Whitletts Activity Centre in Ayr on Thursdays between 3.30pm-7pm and our teams take part in the National League and Cup competitions. The club is open to everyone and we would actively encourage powerchair users of all ages to come and try the sport for themselves. As a club we cater for all abilities, from beginners to those who have some experience of playing Powerchair Football. We welcome new members, so if you are a powerchair user and fancy coming along to see what we are all about, please get in touch. ? ?
A fun version of Rugby League that fully inclusive and gives you the opportunity to progress to international level or just play for fun and fitness
Coordination, concentration, flexibility and self-improvement are just a few of the things associated with Karate! even though Karate is an individual sport with us you learn team work and camaraderie!
A great opportunity to try a range of different sports in a safe and supportive environment, open to anyone aged 16+ with a learning disability and/or physical disability
A lively, inclusive club for 8 to 16 year olds, offering weekly club evenings including sports, games, crafts and dance. A busy programme of outings events and annual activity holiday.
Aspire Badminton Club is an Inclusive club for all ages and all abilities. We are the only Badminton England Premier Club / Inclusive club / Clubmark Club in Cambridgeshire. We are also the largest junior club in Cambridgeshire. We run coaching sessions to help support you and improve your game. We can take beginners up to County players, and coach to paralympic standards, having trained a couple of International Wheelchair players. We have six sports wheelchairs available to use. Our Sister Club is Knebworth Badminton Club in Hertfordshire.