Sport, Games & Fitness
Ability 360 – We provide exceptional adaptive sports, recreation, aquatic, and fitness programs that promote the independence, health, and overall well being of people with disabilities and their family members.
In April 2018, we became Activity Alliance (previously known as the English Federation of Disability Sport). We join members, partners and disabled people to make active lives possible. Together, we challenge perceptions and change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport.
Group providing opportunity for people with disabilities to go sailing, for the first time, for the experience of being afloat, to develop their skills or take it up as a competitive sport. Based at the Paralympic sailing venue on Portland. We are a local group who are passionate about going sailing, regardless of disabilities. We provide taster sessions & fun sailing through to competitive racing.
Daisy is a charity that helps the disabled and their families to reach their true potential. “THE DAISY CHAIN” Daisy UK’s three-fold approach to equality and inclusion. Assisting disabled people to fulfill their true potential and grasp opportunities, through sports, education and employment.
The Disabled Shooting Project’s remit is to raise the profile of target shooting as the most disabled-friendly and integrated of all mainstream sports, and to work with organisations and individuals within and outside the sport to help disabled
Greenbank Sports Academy is operated by Greenbank and is the North West’s leading sports and leisure facility for disabled people located in the Sefton Park area of Liverpool.
Jorvik are one of the leading tricycle providers, supplying customers and cycle shops globally helping people to rekindle the love of cycling, one tricycle at a time.
Manchester Amputee Fitness Initiative (MANFIT) is for any amputee/prosthesis user (over 18 or accompanied by an adult) in the Greater Manchester area. If you would like to improve your fitness: strength, stamina, flexibility and balance and meet other people in a similar situation in a friendly, safe environment join MANFIT. Lower limb amputees can improve their walking distance, speed and balance.
Missouri Disabled Water Ski Association (MDWSA) was created for the betterment of adaptive water skiing and the disabled athlete in response to a need in the community for an organisation that will focus its energy and resources to professionally develop, organise, promote, and provide a comprehensive program of adaptive water skiing for those with physical and developmental disabilities, visual impairments, and special needs.
Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport – The Centre contributes significantly to research and practice in disability sport. It consists of two main research strands: Sport Performance and Health and Wellbeing. Our mission is to improve knowledge about Paralympic sport and to promote the substantial health and quality of life benefits that can be gained through participation in disability sport and physical activity. The centre is heavily involved in research, in addition to providing sport science support to a number of GB squads.