If you have a disability or you experience mobility difficulties, you may require special assistance at the airport. The links on this entry provide you with all the information you need so that you know what to do before you go to the airport and what to expect while you are there.
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There are 450,000 young people in Scouting, spread across five sections: Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts and the Scout Network. Each section has its own balanced programme of activities, badges and awards.
An interactive music and movement session exclusively for families of children with additional needs
Tel: 07963 88428
Chichester Festival Theatre is committed to making sure everyone’s needs are met in order to enjoy the best possible experience. Both Theatres are fully accessible and we offer a range of access performances and services.
Tel: 01243 781312
Portsmouth City Council will be working in partnership with DisabledGo to look at the most accessible places in the city by assessing parking, inside and outside access, receptions, lifts, toilets and much more to ensure disabled people can access what Portsmouth has to offer
The DisabledGo website provides disabled access information to venues across the UK such as shops, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, hotels, universities, hospitals and more.
Tel: 01438 842 710
Driving Miss Daisy is a community and companion driving service who are first aid trained, fully insured, dementia friendly and
Tel: 07525 872926
Dynamite is the voice for the young people of Portsmouth who have a disability, to increase awareness and influence issues which concern their lives.
Tel: 07905 682886
Wheelchair Basketball is a club for everyone aged 8+ with mild/moderate neurological and physical disabilities.
We are open to all abilities, you do not have to be a wheelchair user to join in
Arts workshops and events for children, young people and adults with disabilities.
Tel: 023 9264 9000
These used to be called Children's Centres but we have expanded them to include help for children and young people up to 19 years so we now call them Family Hubs. This is where the Early Help and Prevention team provide some of their help to families but it is also where our behaviour management surgeries and groups are delivered
Tel: 023 9268 8830
Football Club is for children and young people affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorders. They do not have to be diagnosed to attend.
Tel: 023 9298 4035
A sports club for young people with a range of disabilities, it runs on a Friday evening from 5.30 - 8.00 pm term time only. It is run by qualified staff with the support of some volunteers.
Tel: 023 9267 1846
Game Over is a retro gaming café which Portsmouth Autism Support Network use exclusively.
A Gig Buddy is a volunteer who is matched with a person with a learning disability to go to gigs, socials and share hobbies together.
Tel: 07841 042 909
Global Music Visions (GMV) is a social enterprise offering blind, visually impaired and disabled people 16+ the opportunity to use an easily accessible and adapted recording studio.
Tel: 0774 2311 486
Gym 01 brings you all of the Martial Arts and Fitness training you could want, all under one roof! We have taken the best coaches in their various styles including MMA, Kickboxing, Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Amateur Boxing, Judo, Thai Boxing and more and created a facility where EVERYONE can train together, regardless of ability, age, sex and fitness.
Tel: 023 9217 7323
Exclusive use for Portsmouth Autism Support Network to provide a great opportunity for children and families to get together at the Portsmouth Gymnastics Centre with lots of fun activities.
We offer a drop in IT based club for young people aged 8+ with special needs. We also offer some holiday activities specifically for young people with special needs.
Tel: 023 9288 2550
This playscheme allows children/young people with moderate levels of disability to access childcare registered mainstream playscheme settings during all school holiday periods.
Tel: 023 9267 1846