registering as an athlete with a learning disability
For details of how to register as an athlete with a learning disability, including choosing the type of registration that is needed to take part in sports events and competitions please click Mencap_Sport_guide_to_registration.pdf
coventry crusaders wheelchair basketball club
The Crusaders Wheelchair Basketball Academy train and play all their home games at Woodlands Sports Academy, Broad Lane, Coventry.
A wheelchair basketball team has been in Coventry for a long time. They became part of the Coventry Crusader organisation for the 1995/96 season.
Since then the Coventry team has developed into a broader organisation committed to the development of individuals and focussing on working with young people from the age of 6 to develop the wheelchair basketball stars of the future. For more details please click here
the kenilworth freestyle karate club
The Club is aimed at teaching both people who are able-bodied as well as those who have a disability. The techniques we use are brought together from various different styles of martial arts. There is one set program of techniques for those who are able-bodied. For those who have a disability whatever that may be a program of techniques and combinations would be formulated to suit that person's ability.
The Kenilworth Freestyle Karate Club meets every Tuesday at the Kenilworth Abbey Hill United Reformed Church, between the times of 7.00pm-8.30pm. For further information please contact Richard Burford on (01926) 513156 or 0794 7788 121.
For details on clubs and groups in the area please click here
More information on opportunities for Students with Disabilities to access sport can be found from Jane Waterhouse
Community Sport Manager on email@example.com