Disability4Sport provide a wide range of sporting opportunities and activities that are aimed at engaging and empowering disabled people of all ages and abilities, with the intention of improving physical health and mental well-being.
The experienced and highly qualified Disability4Sport team helps to introduce, train and develop skills for each participant through a wide range of popular, new and adapted sports.
Driven by empathy and their own personal obstacles and challenges that their respective disabilities challenged them with, the founders of Disabiltiy4Sport were passionate about making sports available to people with any disability, especially encouraging those who had not previously had the opportunity to take part in physical activities.
Working closely with schools, colleges and community groups, the D4S team provide regular, enjoyable sporting sessions designed to enhance self-empowerment, physical fitness and well-being.
Disability4Sport were delighted to attract the support of 21 year old, London 2012 Paralympic Bronze medalist Zoe Newson who has since become the official Patron of Disability4Sport.