Disability sport organisations

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Throughout our site you will find links to external websites. Although we make every effort to ensure these links are accurate, up to date and relevant. ASA South East Region cannot take responsibility for pages maintained by external providers.

British Blind Sport charity enables visually impaired people to have the same opportunities as sighted people to access and enjoy sport and recreational activities in the UK.

British Wheelchair Sports Foundation provides accessible facilities at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium, the “home of Wheelchair Sport” including a Sports Hall, Indoor Bowls Centre, Swimming Pool and Fitness Centre.

Cerebral Palsy Sport (CP Sport) promotes and seeks to increase sport and physical recreational opportunities for people with a disability and especially those who have cerebral palsy.

Disability Sport Events create participation opportunities for disabled people with all impairments.

English Federation of Disability Sport is the national body responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England.

Gateway is the leisure arm of the largest disability charity in the: UK-Mencap Royal Society.

Parasport Is a joint initiative between the British Paralympic Association (BPA) and the professional services firm Deloitte. The project will improve how talented sports people at community level are identified and supported, with the aim of increasing participation levels in competitive sporting events.

Special Olympics UK is the country’s largest provider of a year-round sports training and competition programme for all people with learning disabilities.

UK DeafSport is the official website of UK Deaf Sport

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