Ableize Disability Information
Ableize came about after we found that searching the internet was very much hit and miss throwing up everything other than was actually being searched for. Placing disability and health related sites containing information, services, advice and details of specific disabilities under one roof was we felt the answer, hence ableize was born. We are building the site up constantly with approximately 50 suitable sites per week. We are non profit and do this to hopefully give that little bit back.
Ace Feet in Motion
Ace Feet in Motion was established in the beginning of 2001 to provide sports injury services using computerised pressure plate scanning equipment. This equipment allows them to analyse the biomechanics of the foot and identify any irregularities in foot function.
British Blind Sport
British Blind Sport (BBS) is a national registered charity based in Leamington Spa. Since its beginnings as a registered charity in 1976, British Blind Sport has become the leading voice for visually impaired people (VI) in the world of sport and leisure, both at home and internationally. The work of the charity enables visually impaired people to have the same opportunities as sighted people to access and enjoy sport and recreational activities in the UK.
Coaching Wales is the Sports Council of Wales's coaching organisation, providing help support and information to existing coaches as well as those looking to get in to coaching for the first time.
Their website contains a lot of useful information for people looking to get into coaching for the first time, such as where to go on training courses and how to become a qualified coach in their particular sport. Infoamtion for existing coaches includes knoweldge on essential coaching matters and further training courses.
CP Sport is the sports organisation for people with cerebral palsy, providing sporting opportunities to individuals of all ages and at all levels from the recreational right through to paralympic competition.
It is also an advisory agency for disability sport issues and is recognised and respected within the international arena.
It was a founder member of the British Paralympic Association and is also a member of CP ISRA, the international sports organisation for people with cerebral palsy, which in turn was a founder member of the International Paralympic Committee.
The sports, which the organisation offer, include Athletics, Boccia, Bowls, Cycling, Football, Power-lifting, Swimming and Table Tennis.
Disability Sport Events
DSE ensures that from grass roots level to international standard, disabled sportspeople can participate in sport. From beginners, who want to develop their talent, to top British disabled sports people, who get high competition at our events- we are actively increasing sporting prowess.
Our work begins with our network of clubs, schools and individuals who are the participants at DSE events. It is here that we can develop, support and encourage people to participate in a variety of sports and activities.
The Trust was established by the Football Association of Wales (FAW) in 1996 to promote and develop the game of association football.
The company is responsible for devising and administering relevant rules and regulations to its members and also organises domestic competitions and international representative teams.
The Disability Sport Wales National Development Programme is a joint initiative between the Sport Wales, the Federation of Disability Sport Wales and the 22 local authorities across Wales. The scheme is aimed at developing quality community based sporting and recreational opportunities for disabled people throughout Wales.
The Federation of Disability Sport Wales
The Federation of Disability Sport Wales (DSW) is a pan-disability sport organisation which aims to provide and promote quality sporting and physical activity opportunities for disabled people within Wales.
The Welsh Sports Association Ltd (WSA)
The Welsh Sports Association (WSA) was founded in 1972, initially as a sub committee of the Sports Council of Wales, but is now an independent body that represents and supports all of the National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of sport and physical recreation in Wales.
The Welsh Wheelchair Rugby Association (WWRA)
In 1997 the Welsh Wheelchair Rugby Association was founded as a charity (Registered Charity number: 1090676). It exists to promote and develop the sport of Wheelchair Rugby throughout the Principality of Wales.
Welsh Badminton Cymru
Whether through joining a new club, competing at an event for the first time, watching an event, becoming a coach, official or simply wanting to help as a volunteer, Welsh Badminton, the clubs and counties want to make this as easy and as accessible as possible.
Welsh Cycling is the internationally recognised organisation responsible for the administration and running of all six cycling disciplines in Wales. Welsh Cycling are responsible for all aspects of the sport within Wales, including grass roots and Commonwealth Games teams.
Local Unitary Authorities
Anglesey County Council
Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council
Bridgend County Borough Council
Caerphilly County Borough Council
Cardifff County Council
Carmarthenshire County Council
Ceredigion County Council
City & County of Swansea
Conwy County Borough Council
Denbighshire County Council
Flintshire County Council
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council
Monmouthshire County Council
Neath & Port Talbot County Borough Council
Newport City Council
Pembrokeshire County Council
Powys County Council
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council
Torfaen County Borough Council
Vale of Glamorgan Council
Wrexham County Borough Council