Limbpower is a national charity that encourages those with limb impairments to engage in a variety of physical activities and sports for all ages and all abilities.
British Cycling has launched disability cycling hubs around the UK to help people of all abilities to get into cycling . These para-cycling sessions are specially designed to help disabled riders of any ability to develop their fitness, cycling technique and confidence on a bike.
Fluid Motion offers local affordable hydrotherapy sessions with the aim of rehabilitating participants with various musculoskeletal issues. Fluid Motion can tailor their programme to people with limbloss. Everyone at Fluid Motion are welcoming and will make you feel as part of the group as the sessions are designed to be fun and beneficial for people with a range of health issues.
Run by Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity, this programme is specifically designed for people with Diabetes, to help them to remain physically active via motivational coaching, vouchers, classes, and support.
Run by Age UK, this programme encourages people to keep fit in later life, with activities like Tai Chi, Zumba Gold and other chair based exercise activities.
The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) works to make active lives possible by enabling organisations to support individual disabled people to be active and stay active for life. The national charity looks to a better future where everyone can enjoy the opportunities available. Established in September 1998, EFDS has a vision that disabled people are active for life.
Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity work with partners and stakeholders to add value and increase participation in sport and physical activity in Oxfordshire. The Disability Sports projects offers sports and activity opportunities available in Oxfordshire for people with disabilities to access. Find more information on the website.
This page has been created courtesy of James Pollard, Therapy Assistant at Prosthetic Centre
The Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre Site, Oxford Centre for Enablement, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
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