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South Buckinghamshire Riding for the Disabled Association is a UK charity promoting the aims of the Riding for the Disabled Association Incorporating Carriage Driving, by providing people with the opportunity to ride to benefit their health and well-being. We are based near Fulmer.
Our Centre has helped many disabled children and adults over the years and some have gone on to become National and Olympic Champions in the sport of Para-Dressage, including Sophie Christensen, Natasha Baker and Julie Payne.
Our volunteers and instructors help children and adults with a range of disabilities get a sense of independence as well as exercise and rehabilitation. Please browse our site for more information on the Centre, our horses and ponies and how to join us as either a rider or volunteer.
The instructors at South Bucks RDA Group, in partnership with physiotherapists and all our other volunteers, work with riders who have a variety of disabilities. These include learning difficulties, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, paraplegia, rheumatoid arthritis, Down’s syndrome, epilepsy, deafness, visual impairment and limb amputation.
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For a provision to be funded by the Local Authority, a child or young person will need to meet eligibility criteria and an assessment of need will be carried out to identify if provision is required.