Wheelchair skills clubs
Social clubs for wheelchair users aged 2 to 25 who want to meet people and practice new skills.
Clubs are free, open to everyone, and they offer you a safe place to learn.
Support for all levels
Experienced wheelchair users share your skills, practice wheelies, support in accepting and declining help, mastering kerbs
Inexperienced wheelchair users stopping/starting, changing direction, managing speed, developing confidence, road safety, and mastering different services
Assisted wheelchair users developing confidence, communication, stopping, starting and changing direction, body positioning
Free youth clubs for wheelchair users
A great way to meet other people and
These clubs are for young wheelchair users aged 8 to 25 who want to meet up and try new activities with others.
- wheelchair tennis
- wheelchair dance
- drama workshops
- graffiti arts
- cinema trips and days out
Activities are accessible to all.
Healthcare support is provided, specifically to support people with additional medical needs.
North East London, Hackney - To be confirmed
North West London, Village School, Grove Park, Kingsbury, London NW9 0JY
South West London, Bedelsford School, Grange Rd, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2QZ
South London, St Giles School, Pampisford Rd, South Croydon, CR2 6DF
How to attend
Email a minimum of two weeks in advance.
If you have any special needs, or require extra support, you can discuss this before coming.
- Parental supervision
- May be required
- Age Range
2 to 25 years
Who to contact
The role of this directory is to provide information. It is your personal responsibility to make sure that organisations are appropriate and safe for you, your child or young person before they attend. Please read our guide to staying safe - things to consider