Listings in Recreation
British Ski Club for the Disabled
The club organises a number of skiing holidays a year for people with visual impairment, deafness and learning disabilities, it also offers training
33 Highmore Amersham Bucks
Bucks, England HP7 9BU
A day centre located in beautiful countryside in Berks with indoor & outdoor facilities suitable for children and young people on the autistic spectrum or with special needs to enjoy with all their family. Special Needs groups also welcome to book
Highfield Lane, Crazies Hill
Berkshire, England RG10 8PU
in Horse Riding
Bedale Group Riding for the Disabled is part of a voluntary organisation dedicated to making a real & lasting difference to the lives of disabled people.
Catterick Garrison Saddle Club
Loos Road, Catterick
North Yorkshire, England DL9 4LQ
Hope House RDA
in Horse Riding
Riding for the Disabled Centre! Our two horses, Largo and Rummy, along with our donkeys, Kenny and Chloe, are now providing riding and equine therapy
Hope House School
Nottinghamshire, England NG24 3NE
KeyCreate CIC - Children and young people's activities
They are well qualified and experienced in providing creative play through use of storytelling, music, drama, dance, movement and sensory experiences to raise self-esteem and also encourage and praise self-expression, social development.
KeyCreate 27 Willow Close
Vale of Glamorgan, Wales CF64 3NG
Climb Snowdonia provides Outdoor Adventurous Activities for everyone. This includes climbing, walking, canoeing, gorge walking at more. Based in Snowdonia, come and join us for an adventure tailored to your abilities.
Llanberis , Wales Ll55
Middlesbrough Football club
Kate and Peter Shippey (The Shippey Campaign) have three autistic sons have persuaded a fifth football club to open a sensory room for fans with the condition.There are therapeutic lights, autism-appropriate toys and a quiet feed of crowd noise.
Middlesbrough Football Club
Middlesbrough, England TS3 6RS
Diggerland is one of the first organisations to join “Connect to Autism” a national campaign designed to improve access to facilities and services for people with autism. Find out how our Autism Friendly Attraction can help you.
Whitewall Centre Whitewall Road Strood Kent
Kent, England ME2 2NU
Walker Art Gallery
We are running a series of mornings which are aimed at supporting the needs of people with autism. They are times when the venues are open as usual but at quieter times. You do not need to book. If we are running any workshops or activities.
Walker Art Gallery William Brown Street.
Liverpool, England L3 8EL