Recreation - Masis

Information in the “Recreation” Category



Pioneering the creation and provision of musical instruments for physically disabled people The benefits and importance of playing music are well established. However, what happens if someone has limited or no control of a hand or an arm? All conventional instruments require two highly dextrous hands to play, meaning that anyone with an upper limb disability will be excluded from most forms of music-making...

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Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) is a European wide charity established to achieve equal access to football.

CAFE is working with key stakeholders towards one clear aim; a more accessible and inclusive matchday experience for disabled fans.

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English Federation Of Disability Sport

Established in September 1998, EFDS is a national charity, dedicated to disabled people in sport and physical activity. We support a wide range of organisations to include disabled people more effectively. Our vision is that disabled people are active for life.

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Level Playing Field

Level Playing Field is a registered charity dedicated to disabled sports fans – and acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation to its membership and other parties across all sports. You will find information on facilities for disabled spectators at clubs and stadia, along with a wide range of useful information to help you become more involved with sport.

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