Solihull Gets Active

Sports category:

Boccia
,
Soft archery
,
Table Tennis

Overview

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.
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Club features

Impairment types:
Hearing impairment
Learning impairment
Mental health
Physical impairment
Amputee
Cerebral Palsy
Short stature
Social or behavioural
Visual impairment
Staff experience:
We have a lot of experience with participants with impairments
We have sessions just for beginners
Activity format:
Individual
Availiable sessions:
Adult
Elderly
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Location:

Solihull Active,Solihull Council
Manor Square
Solihull
B91 3QB
United Kingdom

Telephone number:

0121 704 8207

Attending the club:

For our activities there would be a cost per session, further details on the website: http://www.solihullactive.co.uk/people-with-disabilities/. For beginners it would be best to contact ourselves on 0121 704 8207 as some paperwork would need to be completed before taking part in the activity.

Equipment:

It would be suggested that any sessions the participants should wear something they are comfortable in. We would suggest wearing sporting clothes and trainers would be best, however it is not a necessity.

Access:

For any activities that we promote that take place across the two leisure facilities in the Borough, we can confirm they have no accessibility issues to individuals physical or in wheelchairs. Both Leisure Centres (Tudor Grange LC & North Solihull Sports Centre) provide ramps or have flat terrains for ease of access. There are disabled toilets and changing facilities available. Disabled parking is accessible in close proximity to the entrance. One Centre (Tudor Grange LC) has a fixed loop hearing assistance system, however the other (North Solihull SC) does not. Both centres have: - a bus stop - automatic doors - a low reception desk - a hoist to access the pool - a ground floor cafe - disability trained staff For sessions that take place outside of the Leisure Centre it would be recommended for to get in touch with us and we can provide further clarity.

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