Specialises in courses and activities for disabled and disadvantaged young people and those with special needs. Located between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
British Amputee & Les Autres Sports Association
Born out of the amalgamation of three different associations. The British Amputee Sports Association (BASA), The British Les Autres Sports Association (BALASA) and the British Amputee and Les Autres Sports Federation (BALASF).
British Blind Sport
Works to promote sport and leisure facilities for, and participation by, blind or partially sighted people; includes details of sports covered, their development programme, news, and contacts.
The British Paralympic Association
A charity responsible for selecting Britain's disabled teams at the Paralympic Games and Paralympic Winter Games. Includes current teams and their area of sport.
CP Sport England & Wales
Promoting sport and physical recreational opportunities for people with cerebral palsy. Includes bowls, football and swimming.
Disability Sport Wales
The lead organisation for disability sport in Wales at all levels, from their community programme through to support for elite athletes competing internationally; describes their services and programmes, with news and contacts.
Disability Sports NI
Northern Ireland sports organisation promoting equality of opportunity in sport and physical activity for people with disabilities. Find the projects, clubs, training, and how to get involved.
Disabled Sailing Association
Offering a newsletter from this association, plus information on their boats and on their activities to encourage disabled sailing.
Disabled Shooting Project
Promotes and supports target shooting as the most accessible and inclusive of mainstream sports; includes advice on getting started, list of clubs and competitions, and a guide to Disabled Shooting Year (2012-13).
Dwarf Sports Association - DSAUK
Formed to develop athletic opportunities for people with restricted growth; includes news, tips for coaches, and details of national and world sporting events.
English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS)
The umbrella organisation for disability sport in England, promoting inclusion and equality of sporting opportunity. Includes information about events, training and coaching, resources, regional structure, job vacancies, and contacts.
Get Kids Going!
A national charity which gives disabled children and young people the opportunity of participating in sport; provides a guide to their activities and support, news, events, and contacts.
Developed as a rehabilitation programme for visually impaired World War II veterans, now a Paralympic sport; includes information about getting involved in the game at all levels, from club to national representative teams.
Level Playing Field
Formerly the National Association of Disabled Supporters; works to promote good access for all sporting fans.
Works to ensure Buckinghamshire’s role as the birthplace of the Paralympic movement is recognised and commemorated; with details of projects, education materials, a guide to their collections, and a library of historical resources.
An initiative to make it easier for the public to take up disability sport; provides a directory of Paralympic and non-Paralympic sports, organisations, and local clubs.
A club of ex Special Forces members, all amputees, that organises a range of sporting and extreme activities to raise funds for charities; includes a profile, calendar and news, and how to get involved.
Special needs trampolining and rebound therapy in Surrey. View images, access details and contacts.
SDS (Scottish Disability Sport)
Governs and co-coordinates all sports for people in Scotland with a physical, sensory or learning disability. Describes their coaching programmes, with details of events and results, and profiles of Scottish members of GB Paralympic teams.
Registered charity which provides sport and challenging pursuits for people with paralysis around the UK. Provides newsletters and events calendar plus details of the different activities on offer.
Stoke Mandevillle Stadium
Official website for the national centre for disability sport and birthplace of the Paralympics; describes their sports and accommodation facilities, and programmes of camps and training academies.
UK Deaf Sport
Aims to encourage Deaf people to participate, to enjoy and to excel at sport. Includes news, events schedule, and information about the Deaflympics.
National charity for wheelchair sports. Features details of a wide range of sports options, plus information on events and the Stoke Mandeville Stadium.