On this page you will find links to a range of organisations who currently offer physical activity for people of all ages with a disability. Click on the images on the left hand side of the page for more information on what each organisation can offer.
At the bottom of the page you will also find posters for the latest inclusive activities we are aware of in the county.
For Clubs and Organisations
If you are a club or organisation who provide opportunities for disabled people to be active in Wiltshire or Swindon, we would love to include you on this page. Contact Molly for more information. We can also offer support for anyone working directly with disabled people who are looking to develop their offer. Contact Simon for more information.
Alzheimer's Support Wiltshire offer Movement For The Mind sessions for those living with dementia and their carers in 5 locations across Wiltshire.
They consist of gentle exercise to music in a supportive friendly group setting, and after sessions there are refreshments and a chance to socialise. People with restricted mobility and wheelchair users are welcome.
You can also find out about other activities to get involved in by clicking here.
Swindon Town Community Foundation offer several programmes to enable children with a disability to take part in football.
DS Active Football sessions allow children and young people with Down's Syndrome to play football. They take place on a Wednesday evening from 5 PM to 6 PM at the Haydon Centre.
Pan Disability Football sessions are offered weekly at St. Joseph's for children with SEN and physical disabilities. They take place on a Thursday evening, from 5 PM, and cost £2.
Wiltshire Council offer a range of activities for young people and adults with a disability, including: multi-sports, wheelchair basketball, boccia, and cycling.
Click here to find out more.
South Wilts Mencap supports people with learning disabilities; inspiring them to achieve their full potential and enabling them and their families to lead fuller lives.
They run clubs for people with learning disabilities aged 5 through to later years. Annual events are also organised, such as Sports Day.
Wiltshire currently has 18 affiliated disabled football teams playing in competitive leagues both locally and nationally whilst also supporting several recreational sessions for organisations that are providing playing opportunities for footballers with a disability.
Click here to find out what's on offer and how you can get involved.
Active and Inclusive Swindon provide a whole programme of activities suitable for all needs and ability levels, encouraging participation in local sports clubs, developing disability sports clubs, and delivering disability events. Each month, they put together an up to date list of all inclusive and disability physical activity sessions in Swindon.
Get Active at Home
Get Yourself Active is a programme led by Disability Rights UK and funded by Sport England which aims to lead change in the social care, health and sport sectors to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for disabled people. They have put together a hub of resources and activity videos to support disabled people to be active at home.
From the charities behind the We Are Undefeatable campaign, #MakeYourMove is a new physical activity video series, designed to help you stay active in a way that works for you and your health condition.
The videos will help you find ways to move more, that are fun, engaging, motivating and effective- and you don't need any experience or equipment to get started!
Click the logo to explore the full playlist.
Free Pan Disability Football for disabled youngsters aged 12-16 at Sarum Academy. Funded through our Active Communities Programme.
Bath Rugby Community Foundation and Melksham RFC have teamed up to create the first Mixed Ability Rugby Team in Wiltshire!
Looking for More?
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