Sport England are committed to get everyone active regardless of ability or circumstance. They host clubs across the whole of England as well as provide grants for local clubs to continue their great work.
The DAA makes regular sporting opportunities accessible and enjoyable to anyone and everyone of restricted growth in the United Kingdom. DAA promotes competitive sport for dwarf athletes and provides opportunities for dwarf athletes to train for and compete in the World Dwarf Games and the Paralympic Games.
Wheel Power are a charity that help connect wheelchair users to sports! Their website contains details about wheelchair sports clubs all over the country and the charity also supply equipment such as specially designed wheelchairs. For full information about the charity and what they do, visit their website.
The Tennis Foundation are Britain’s leading tennis charity. They believe anybody can play tennis.
The Handcycling Association of The UK (HandcyclingUK) promotes handcycling as a sport and as a recreational activity. Handcycling is great exercise and helps keep you in good physical shape.
Sitting volleyball has grown to be one of the more popular Paralympic sports due to the fast and exciting action. At club level, the game offers both disabled and non-disabled players the opportunity to compete both with and against each other
Wheelchair tennis tournaments.
DSActive provides children & young adults with Downs Syndrome a fair opportunity to get involved in sports and particularly football. They offer these players a chance to participate in football at a level in which they are comfortable, hugely increasing the satisfaction from sport of the players and their parents alike. They operate through 22 professional football league clubs throughout the country