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Age of Users
Organiser and Contact Details
If this is your first visit to SportsAble, the first session is free! Just please ensure you have notified our Sports Team by emailing email@example.com. This way we can ensure the session is suitable for you and inform the team that you are visiting for the first time. After your first session we will discuss our annual membership which is £75 a year or £6.25 a month. This membership fee gives you access to all the sports and recreational sessions we run.
Venue and Accessibility
Days and times of activity / opening
|Wednesday||From 09:30||To 11:30|
Please describe how accessible the toilet area is for example is it a 'Changing Places' accessible toilet, does it have changing facilities, hoists etc
SportsAble is a purpose-built facility for people living with disabilities. Every areas of the venue is fully-accessible and our team has more than 40 years’ experience meeting the needs of people living with disability.
Dietary needs catered for
Staff have specialist training
Please enter any further details about your accessibility / specialist support
SportsAble has been catering for the needs of people living with disabilities for more than 40 years. We pride ourselves on having a time of qualified and experienced staff who understand a wide spectrum of disabilities.
Inclusion and Accessibility
How can a child or young person with SEND take part in this activity
We think the first time a child or young person visits SportsAble they should have a positive experience. That is why we ask parents/carers to get in touch before their first visit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01628 627690. We can then have a chat about the young person’s needs to ensure the session is suitable and their first visit to SportsAble is a positive experience. We believe that being active is very important to overall health and well-being and a positive first experience will help to encourage regular involvement.