For almost 25 years The Baked Bean Theatre Company have been teaching theatre, dance, music & singing to people with learning disabilities in the community.
Special Olympics GB have more than 120 inclusive multi sports clubs across the whole of the UK that encourage anyone of any ability to take part and enjoy a variety of sports.
Parasport aims to make it easier for people to take up disability sport by providing information about sports and sporting opportunities in local areas. Parasport is for everyone, regardless of whether you want to participate recreationally or competitively. Maybe you want to take up a sport in order to get active, or maybe you have ambitions of representing Great Britain. Whatever your aim, Parasport can help you find a local club so that you can get involved.
The British Ambulant Disabled Sports and Arts website – they improve the lives of disabled people through sports and arts opportunities.
Get Kids Going! is a national charity that gives disabled children and young people (up to the age of 26) the opportunity to participate in sport. They provide specially built sports’ wheelchairs so they can do: athletics, marathons, tennis, skiing, rugby, sailing, boccia, basketball, sledge hockey, table tennis, fencing, shooting, archery, powerlifting and many more sports.
Disability Sport NI is Northern Ireland’s main disability sports organisation and is recognised by Sport Northern Ireland as the key body responsible for the development of sport and physical recreation for people with physical, sensory and learning impairments. Established in 1997, to tackle the under representation of disabled people in sport, the organisation works to achieve equality of opportunity for disabled people to take part in sport and physical recreation at a level of their choice.
The British Disabled Fencing Association (BDFA) is the governing body for the paralympic sport of Wheelchair Fencing in Britain. This website aims to inform fencers, coaches and anyone else interested in learning more about the sport of Wheelchair Fencing.
They help and encourage children with a wide range of disabilities to enjoy a fast and exciting sport, played on the same courts with most of the same rules as “the running game”.
Northamptonshire Sport believes everyone, no matter what their ability, should have access to sport, recreation and physical activity.
The national governing body for wheelchair rugby in England, Scotland and Wales.