Other local disabled people's groups
Other local group nearest you
The Me2 Club recruits, trains and supports volunteers to accompany children with additional needs to participate in mainstream leisure activities and clubs. They work in partnership with local schools, colleges and agencies to help people access volunteering opportunities. They also work together with local activity providers to provide the most suitable environment in which the children can participate in activities.
For more details, please call 07821 858852 or visit www.me2club.org.uk
Special Needs Activity Club, based in Port Talbot, is a parent-led leisure club for children and young adults with special needs and their families living in South Wales. The club provides a much-needed facility for children with special needs to participate in all areas of sports, as well as encouraging siblings to meet and get to know other siblings. The club has its own purpose-built building and a large outdoor area.
Stockdales provides a comprehensive care service for those with severe learning difficulties and multiple special needs in its four houses, offering residential and respite care facilities for adults and children. It also runs a Lifeskills programme for about 250 young people, supporting them to develop independence, self-sufficiency and self-confidence through educational, recreational and social activities. Their programmes and services are all 'person-based', tailored to the individual client's needs.
A parent support network for parents of disabled children, based in the Rhyl area.
Local groups vary in size, activities and the services provided. Some are small with limited funds whilst others are large organisations with paid employees. You can contact any of them through Scope Response. Please call 0808 800 3333 or contact Scope Response
Thrive was set up and is run by parents of disabled children - organising weekly play sessions and holiday activities in a protective arena where disabled children and their families can play in a non-judgemental, supported environment.
Activities include soft play, cinema visits, swimming, day outings as well as fundraising and social events.
NANSA is an independent local voluntary organisation, which offers a range of services, information and support for Norfolk people of all ages with cerebral palsy and associated impairments, their families and carers.
The group offers social meetings and outings to their members.
Local groups vary in size, activities and the services provided. Some are small with limited funds whilst others are large organisations with paid employees. You can contact any of them through Scope Response. Please contact Scope Response.
Winchester and District Scope offers support and advice to people and families with cerebral palsy and makes grants to individuals towards equipment, therapy and holidays and to organisations. The group can act as a referral point to other sources of help.
Worcester Snoezelen provides a multi-sensory leisure/therapy centre for disabled people of all ages. Facilities include relaxation rooms, hydrotherapy jacuzzi, softplay room, video room, star tunnel, music studio and sensory garden.
Worcestershire Lifestyles provides advocacy and enabling to disabled people. It provides employment and training, and runs a Voluntary Opportunities Programme. There is also a Personal Assistance Scheme, Independent Living Partnership and a Focus Group. They group also holds social evenings in Worcestershire.