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Disability Holdiays Guide

Disability Holidays Guide offers an online search facility for people who seek worldwide disability holidays, accessible accommodation, mobility equipment hire and travel insurance. This is a guide for all types of disability.

Freedom Insurance

Specialist Travel Insurance for people living with disabilities/pre existing medical conditions.


Clubability Ltd is an Event Planning Service which specialises in Accessible venues within Manchester for people with disabilities or impairments, whether it?s a weekend away or a function or even a planned night out with friends we can arrange it to suit your needs. We are a Manchester based company and cover areas such as Manchester City Centre, Wilmslow, Trafford and more.

Calvert Trust Exmoor

Calvert Trust Exmoor is a fully accessible outdoor activity centre, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of Exmoor National Park a short distance from the North Devon Coast, and offering inclusive activity holidays for people of all ages, with all types of disabilities, along with their families and friends. All activities are on site, and are specifically designed and equipped to cater for all, you can even abseil in a wheelchair! The highly experienced instructors are qualified by national governing bodies such as the BCU, RYA and BHS and are specially trained to work with disabled individuals

Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

Attractions featured in the Rough Guide to Accessible aren?t just accessible; they?re also a fantastic and memorable day out for the entire family. The Rough Guides team of disabled visitors and their families scoured the country to find the ultimate day trips. Whether it?s the kids coming face to face with nature for the first time at Longleat, or losing them in a world of story-telling at the Discover Centre, all the reviews come with the information and advice needed for families with accessibility requirements. The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain series is supported by Motability. The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain third edition is available FREE to Blue Badge and Disabled Persons Railcard holders. Visit the website or call to order.

The Wheelchair Football Association

The Wheelchair Football Association (WFA) was formed in 2005 to govern the sport of Powerchair Football in England. The WFA are recognised by the Football Association as the sports governing body and our Laws are sanctioned by them. The WFA work closely with the FA and the "football" network in order to develop more Clubs and playing opportunities across England. The WFA operate in the 8 FA regions: North West, North East, West Midlands, East Midlands, London, East, South West and South East. Find details of your local club on the WFA website by clicking the link below.

Blue Badge Style - App

Blue Badge Style have created a FREE App (available from both iTunes and Google Play ) which reviews venues with an excellent 'tick system' rating on accessibility, together with how stylish the venue is. "Blue Badge Style - Ensuring that wherever you go or whatever you do it is a positive, cool, fashionable and elegant experience. Whether Able Bodied or not."

RDA - Riding for the Disabled Association

Dedicated to improving the lives of people with disabilities through the provision of horse riding, carriage driving, showjumping and vaulting. There is a network of over 500 volunteer groups around the UK. You can find your local group by clicking here.

Get Going Live

An annual all-day driving event for anyone young, disabled and wanting to have a go behind the wheel, or newly disabled and want to check out their motoring options. Admission is FREE.

- Test drive a range of adapted cars
- Experience all-terrain mobility vehicles
- Gain advice and information from mobility experts
- Enjoy the thrill of 4x4, skid cars and much more!

To see where the latest event is please check out the links below.

Stickman Communications

Hannah Ensor, of Stickman Communications brings a refreshing, stylish, light-hearted yet true-to-life approach to disability. Alongside her incredible ability to illustrate life through her 'stickmen' books, stickers, communication cards and keyrings, Hannah also blogs on the day-to-day life of being "differently normal.

Therapy Directory

Therapy Directory lists practitioners from all over the UK, enabling visitors to find a practitioner in their area and appropriate for their needs. The website features a wealth of articles and blogs allowing for you to make a more informed decision about which therapy is right for you.

TripBuzz Wheelchair Travel Guide

A useful website which lists links to many different resources for planning on travelling when you are a wheelchair user.

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