The term Paddle-Ability is used to refer to all activity for disabled people be it specialist activity or as part of mainstream opportunities. The term Paddle-Ability focuses on a person’s ability to take part in paddlesport rather than their disability.
Paddle-Ability sessions enable disabled people to take part in activity with other disabled people as part of a club or groups specifically for disabled people or, more frequently, alongside their non-disabled friends and family.
Find out how to organise Paddle-Ability sessions at Paddle-Ability resources
To find local Paddle-Ability providers please see the Go Paddling website
Disability Sport NI (DSNI) have courses and good practice support available to Clubs and providers. For details please see the DSNI website
Grants may be available from local funders for Clubs and Providers to support their disability programmes and for details please see CANI grants