National and Regional Disability Swimming Contacts


The folowing pages and organisations / contacts are known to us.

Sports England:  https://www.sportengland.org/our-work/disability/

British Swimminghttps://www.britishswimming.org/browse-sport/para-swimming/

Para Classifictionhttps://www.britishswimming.org/performance/para-swimming/classification/

London Swimminghttps://www.londonswimming.org/disciplines/disability-swimming

National Association Of Swimming Clubs For The Handicapped01329 833689

Deaf Friendly Sports Websites:

                         http://www.gbdeafswimming.org

                         https://www.deaflympics.com

                        https://ukdeafsport.org.uk

Visually Impaired Website:    https://www.rnib.org.uk/eye-health/eye-conditions

Organisations involved with Learning Difficulties:

                                               https://www.mencap.org.uk

                                               https://www.specialolympicsgb.org.uk

                                               http://www.uksportsassociation.org

                                              https://www.downs-syndrome.org.uk

                                              http://www.bild.org.uk

                                             https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/learning-disabilities/

                                            http://www.dsrf-uk.org

Autism:           https://www.autism.org.uk/

Arthritis UK:   https://www.versusarthritis.org

Stroke Association UK:   https://www.stroke.org.uk

British Swimming Nutrition:  https://www.britishswimming.org/performance/para-swimming/training-and-sports-science/nutrition/

Government Nutrition:  https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-eatwell-guide

 

 

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No, our sessions are structured to give the swimmer a short period of input but then allow them time to either play or relax in the water, building water confidence. So all non swimmers or junior members must be accompanied by a responsible adult in the water.
Our sessions are run by volunteers and aimed at people with a disability and their immediate family or carers. All non swimmers or junior members need to be accompanied in the water at all times by a responsible adult.
Yes, our sessions are typically held 51/52 weeks a year. We hold our annual invitation gala one week in September when we do not hold a session and subject to when Christmas falls we sometimes do not operate over the festive period. If we for any reason we have to close at the last minute or we plan to close for any reason we will publish this in advance on our facebook page and on this Website. If or an unforeseen reason we will attempt to notify members via facebook and this website.
We charge £1 per session (up to £3 for a family) and an annual fee of £8 per child / disabled adult and £16 per parent / carer.

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