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Active Ashbrow is a project aimed at over 55’s, and people with disabilities and vulnerabilities, living within the Ashbrow Ward. It is managed by Local Services 2 You.
Active Ashbrow is all about helping...
Active Ashbrow Project website
Social and leisure club for disabled people and carers.
Meet every Tuesday from 1.30pm to 5pm. Membership only. Almondbury and district.
Anyone disabled welcomed, aged 18+. Benefits advice, arts, crafts, games, refreshments, days out, discussions, and more events throughout the year.
Meetings Wednesday from 2pm to 3.30pm.
The group is a sports and social club that promotes wheelchair sports. We try and cater for all our members interests in wheelchair disabled sports including basketball and rugby. Provides training, coaching...
Cardinals Wheelchair Sports Club website
Entertainment and friendship for people with disabilities or older people who are housebound. Lunch and tea provided. No referral needed - please contact the Organising Secretary for more details.
A support group for older and less able people, with gentle exercise from a chair.
Includes a yoga class specially designed for the less able, chat about general health matters and research into illness,...
We provide trained staff to support carers in their homes for all age groups and types of disabilities. Complements existing statutory services. Also operates a Saturday centre in Dalton for children aged...
Crossroads Care in Mid Yorkshire (Kirklees Office) website
Group providing social, educational and welfare opportunities for disabled people and their carers. Open to all disabled people and carers in the area.
Meetings at 2pm on the 1st Wednesday of the month....
Day centre for adults with a physical disability. Run by District League of Friendship, and covers Kirklees. Variety of stimulating activities focussing on arts and crafts, and occasional trips.
The Centre offers social and recreational facilities, and welcomes anyone who has a degree of hearing loss. It is a social meeting place for deaf and hard of hearing people.
Our office is open for help...
Huddersfield Deaf Centre website