Introductory Text - range of national disability organisations who work to ...
Below youll find a list of them- click on the images to head to their website.
a lot of them offer resources for you to get active at home and support and advice to get active.
LimbPower support amputees, individuals with limb difference and their families to bridge the gap between hospital rehabilitation and community and school engagement to rebuild lives and improve physical, social and mental well-being. They provide and support others to create opportunities for amputees and people with a limb impairment to enjoy sport and physical activity.
WheelPower are the national charity for wheelchair sport. They provide opportunities for disabled people to play sport and lead healthy active lives. A range of resources are available on their website to support wheelchair users to be active at home, and guidance is available on accessing opportunities in your local community.
CP Sport are a national disability sport organisation and charity that encourages people with cerebral palsy to live more active lives by promoting the opportunity, capability and motivation involved in taking part. They provide sport and activity opportunities for people with cerebral palsy, a range of support services and also use our voice to influence change for the benefit of disabled people.
The Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) offer opportunities for disabled adults and children to be active through horse riding and carriage driving, as well as providing therapy, fitness, skills development and opportunities for achievement. There are 2 RDA centres in Wiltshire: Wilton, and Larkrise Farm.