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We aim to provide sporting opportunities for adults and young people with a disability in the local community.
We work closely with Disability Sport Wales to provide access to Leisure Centres, community clubs, school holiday schemes and the insport programme.
The Sport and Leisure Team at Caerphilly County Borough Council were accredited with the insport Ribbon Award, which recognises all that we do to create inclusive sporting opportunities for disabled people.
Our school holiday programme provides young people with the opportunity to try new and exciting sporting activities delivered by our specialist coaches and volunteers.
We recognise each young person as an individual so the holiday programme can be tailored to that individual’s needs and requirements.
The insport programme accredits clubs to provide inclusive, quality coaching sessions to disabled people in the community. For a list of disability sport clubs head over to the Club Directory.
My name is Paul Taylor, Disability Sport Officer. Within Caerphilly there are currently existing clubs and provisions offering a variety of sporting activities for people with disabilities, ranging from wheelchair basketball, tennis, trampolining to swimming.
If you are a coach or volunteer there is also the UK Disability Inclusion Training Course (UK DIT) which is currently available in Wales, courses run several times over the year.
Disability Sport Officer
Please get in touch with me on 01495 235497 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.