The Crawley Disability forum is made up of organisations, clubs and individuals who have a shared interest in providing and developing sports and leisure provisions for disability users/groups.
The aim of the Forum is to provide networking and consultation opportunities for partnership working, addressing accessibility issues raised by disabled users and stakeholders, developing new service provisions and sourcing potential funding opportunities.
For further details please contact Matt Laird (Crawley Wellbeing officer)
The United Voice for Disability Sport in the UK
The EFDS is the national body responsible for developing sport for all disabled people in England. They work closely with the following National Disability Sports Organisations recognised by Sport England.
A Regional Manager for the South East is based at the Kent Sports Development Unit, please go to www.efds.co.uk for further details.
West Sussex Parents Forum exists to improve the quality of and access to information and services by giving a voice to, and representing, parents of children and young people in West Sussex who have learning difficulties and disabilities.
It is their aim to ensure that parents and carers are empowered and involved in making decisions about services that effect children and young people aged 0-25 in West Sussex.
DisabledGo provides online access guides in a great deal of detail on a huge range of venues. They cover any venue you would access as a member of the public – cinemas, hotels, hospitals, colleges, sports grounds, restaurants, council offices, parks, historic land marks, tourist attractions.
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