Nia Lederle, Young People and Families Manager for Arthritis Care has recently been working on developing a service for Young People with Arthritis living in Wales. [Read more…]
If your child has continence problems it is worth having a look at this excellent website.
ERIC work to improve the quality of life of children, young people and their families in the UK who suffer from the consequences of wetting and soiling difficulties, to help them manage or overcome these problems.
Time to meet friends, play games, dance and take part in trips.
A Club for young and older adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities. [Read more…]
Wheelchair tennis is an inclusive sport and you do not need to be a wheelchair user to play. [Read more…]
The September 2015 E-bulletin from North Wales Deaf Association is now available. [Read more…]
Disability Sport Wales and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have teamed up through Sport Wales Calls for Action funding to provide a new service that will help disabled people in North Wales improve their general level of physical activity, and involvement in sport; with the intention of doubling the number of physically active disabled people in the region. [Read more…]
Cerebra is a national charity aiming to improve the lives of children with neurological conditions through research and direct family support. [Read more…]
Conwy has a wide range, and some of the best sporting opportunities in Wales for disabled people. This brochure details both club based opportunities and different sessions that take place within leisure centres on a regular basis. [Read more…]
Download the latest e-bulletin from North Wales Deaf Association. [Read more…]
Hello, and welcome to the Conwy Disability Network site! [Read more…]