Disability & para Sport
CP Teens UK is passionate about helping to get people with Cerebral Palsy & similar disabilities into sport. CP Teens UK Founder, Ellie, knows how difficult it can be to find the right opportunities in sport unless you have the right contacts. CP Teens UK works hard to break down the access barriers to sport. As a Sport Development with Coaching graduate, CP Teens UK founder Ellie wants to make the opportunities out there that are in sport widely available to every disabled person out there, rather than them only being available to the 'lucky' few.
CP Teens UK helps everyone who wants to get into sport to find the right opportunity for them in their area, from grassroot levels to potentially international & elite levels.
If you’re passionate about dressage, at whatever level, unaffiliated or affiliated, British Dressage is here to help further your enjoyment and ensure the sport continues to grow from strength to strength.
RDA is an inclusive and diverse organisation. They welcome clients with physical and learning disabilities and autism, and there are no age restrictions. Through their network of member groups, RDA is at work in every corner of the UK, in our cities and remote rural areas, bringing the therapy, achievement and fun of horses to as many people as they can.
Opportunities for riders who want to get involved with the sport at a recreational level or for those who have aspirations to compete in para-cycling at an elite or international level.
As one of the only full-contact disability sports, it is little wonder wheelchair rugby, aka ‘murderball’ was one of the biggest hits of the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. The sport is open to both men an women, and is one of the only games which allows them to compete on the same team.
Do you want to know more about getting started in para-swimming? Or maybe you have your heart set on becoming a para-swimmer in England?
Guide to find out how you can achieve your dream.
The BWRA is the governing body for wheelchair racing in Great Britain actively promoting participation, equality and governance for disabled people in this exiting sport on road and on track.
Don't be fooled by the name, Sitting Volleyball is far from stationary! It's fast-paced and, despite the court being smaller, the net lower, and the players closer together, requires agility of thought as well as movement.