If you have a bladder or bowel condition which affects their ability to get to the toilet on time, a Just can’t wait card may help. Some shops and public places have signed up to the scheme which means you can access their toilet when showing the card.
Euan's Guide has thousands of disability access listings and reviews of venues in the UK and beyond, written by disabled people for disabled people.
There are many activities and clubs in Hampshire, some of which cater specifically for older people or people with disabilities. Use our Community directory and look under 'Community support/activities' to search for an activity or club near to you. You can also look under 'Specific needs' to find activities, clubs and support specifically for people with physical or learning disabilities, mental health conditions or other needs.
If you are looking for activities specifically, for example, for older people or people with disabilities, look in our Community directory and select 'Specific needs'.
There are many national and local sports organisations, clubs and groups that cater
Use our Community directory and search under 'Community support/activities' to find sport/exercise activities near you.Visit your local leisure centre
Every district and borough council area in Hampshire has leisure centres or sports
Some districts and boroughs offer concessions to older and disabled people as well as to carers and people in receipt of benefits using leisure centre facilities. Contact your preferred leisure centre to
Use our Community directory and search under 'Community support/activities' and then 'Sport/exercise' to find leisure centres near you.National organisations
As well as good wheelchair access, most cinemas now have audio description and subtitling facilities. A lot of cinemas now have cheaper senior citizen tickets for showings during the day. Contact your local cinema for details.
Cinema Concessions Card
The UK Cinema Association offers the CEA card to disabled people. This entitles any carer accompanying them to a free ticket. The card is available to people receiving disability or attendance allowance, registered blind or holding a disabled person’s railcard. A small processing fee is chargeable per card.
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