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Governments in the UK recognise that disabled children need good
quality play and leisure opportunities. This means that local
authorities must provide access to play and leisure.
They must also support children who need help to play or special
equipment and practical support to access certain activities
Help can include access to:
With additional support some disabled children may also be able
to access mainstream leisure facilities such as swimming pools and
In England and Wales, your local Family Information Service can
tell you what services are available near to you. In England, every
local authority must publish a 'local offer' of services, and this
includes information about leisure activities. You should find this
on your local authority's website.
For more information about accessible holidays, day trips and
advice about travel insurance, visit the charity website
Tourism for All.