Cycling, Running & Wheelchair Fun
Dam Park Stadium
Dam Park Road
RaceRunning is a recreational, aerobic activity based on a running bike for children and adults with reduced mobility and balance as a result of a physical disability such as Cerebral Palsy. A running bike is a 3 wheeled bike with no pedals which supports you as you walk or run. As well as being a recreational activity, there is also a competitive pathway from local to international athletic events. Running bikes are available in other locations in Scotland - Please contact us for more details.
Sports wheelchairs for children and young people with disabilities.
As well as providing mobility equipment, Whizz-Kidz also run a whole range of other services for young wheelchair users, completely free of charge, such as youth groups and wheelchair skills training. Visit their website to find out what is available in your area.
Suppliers & Information
Lots of fun and easy to adapt.
Quest 88 believe everyone should be able to cherish and own their own bike, enjoy the shiny bits and indulge in a little showing off. Here they offer everything from the popular ‘Kitten’ tricycles to hand bikes.
Rica is a UK consumer research charity that provides practical unbiased information based on research with older and disabled people. They offer admobility information on walking aids, scooters, cars and public transport, as well as advice on easy to use home appliances and helpful gadgets.
A site road testing various buggies to help others shortcut to a decision.
The sole manufacturer of Smart System and controls; neurodisability switching and mounts for mobility and communication
www.stairliftadvisor.co.uk is an independent website aimed at helping you make an informed decision when considering purchasing a stair lift.
It’s a wheelchair, bicycle trailer, feeding chair and sleeping chair all in one, to make weekend breaks an easier prospect.
32 Welbeck Road,
Darnley Industrial Estate,
Glasgow, G53 7SD
Tel: 0141 876 9177
Theraplay Ltd is an innovative manufacturer and supplier of equipment for children and adults with special needs.
A range of special needs toys, from mobile Multi-Sensory, to Swings, Trampolines and other Sensory Integration kit, Switches, Rewards and small Sensory toys.
A range of trikes and products for children with special needs.
Southpaw develop and manufacture sensory integration and neurodevelopmental products for the classroom, clinic and home.
Providing advice on wheelchairs, buggies and trikes.
Indoor mobility scooter for children aged 1 to 6 to experience independent mobility for the first time. Bugzi clinics are run 1-2 times per year at Bobath Scotland.
“The Genny represents a quantum leap in powered chair design” Chris Channon MBE Paralympian.
The Wizzybug is a fun and innovative powered wheelchair designed specifically for children under five.
Living made easy is an impartial advice and information website about daily living equipment and other aspects of independent living.
The Ramp House,
9E Bellfield Lane,
Tel: 07717 131287
Chambers McMillan Architects are an award winning practice, who specialise in accessible architecture, designed to meet clients’ individual needs.