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Accessible Cycles

Around Hampshire there are a range of cycles which are easy to ride, even if your balance, your use of your limbs, or your ability to learn new skills is challenged.


Autism Friendly Queuing at Fleming Park

Pre-booking for General Swim sessions is a new initiative at Fleming Park Leisure Centre, Eastleigh.

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Boardmaker- new symbol based software

Boardmaker is an incredibly flexible and powerful communication display maker. The software contains over four thousand pictures and symbols that can be used to build symbol based materials like daily time-tables, feelings boards and social stories.

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Communication Passport

A Communication Passport helps a provider to get to know the children/young people they are working with.


Disabled Go

DisabledGo provides online access guides in a great deal of detail to a huge range of venues.

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Going to the Cinema

Most Children and Young People enjoy going to the cinema but for a number of reasons it can sometimes be difficult for them to go

HFT Holiday Information Guide

The Hft Holiday Information guide is a resource packed full of ideas and information regarding holidays for people with learning disabilities.


Sport Hampshire Disability Sports Guide

A great guide arranged into local authority areas. The Guide provides contact details for Inclusive Fitness (IFI) Facilities, local sports development officers and sports clubs.



KidRated believes ALL kids are entitled to have great days out, so we’ve made a list of attractions & experiences (mainly in London, but also beyond) that cater really well for kids with special needs


Landeez Wheelchairs

Check out Landeez all terrain wheelchairs available for use at sites across Hampshire.

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Self Guided Trail... Look, See and Do

The self guided trail Look, See and Do is written in Widgit, English and has numerous pictures for those with varying communication abilities. The trail takes you to 10 activity boxes in the gardens

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Southampton Orienteering Club

Permanent courses are, as the name suggests, orienteering courses that are available all of the year round based on static markers - normally wooden posts with a red & white square on them.


Story Trails

Story Trails are short, easy-access countryside routes designed for children and young people with disabilities and/or additional needs to explore and enjoy with their families and friends.


Top 5 Rainy Activities...

Fun things to do when the weather is wet!

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Where Can We Go? Britain's Whats On Events Guide is the UK's most comprehensive listing of family and community events - thousands upon thousands of interesting what's on ideas which you can search by date, place and event type.