Lawn Tennis Association - Disability Tennis
How to contact this service
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is the national governing body for tennis in Great Britain. They're responsible for developing and promoting the sport, safeguarding the integrity of tennis, and helping as many people as possible to play (and enjoy) tennis.
Tennis can be adapted for any level of ability, as well as for players with disabilities. It can be adapted to make it easier, slower, and simpler to participate in. It is also a great sport to play too, with proven physical and mental health benefits for disabled people. All equipment and aids can be supplied to give the sport a go. There are sports wheelchairs if you have a physical disability and require the use of a wheelchair, and tennis balls that make a noise when they bounce if you’re visually impaired.
Disability Tennis in Northamptonshire
Rushmere Tennis Club offers inclusive coaching, with adapted equipment and an experienced coach (Maddee Blair).
- Contact provider for cost details
- National Organisation
- Age range
- Suitable for ages from 0 to 99 years
- Referral Route
- No Referral Needed
- Type of Service
- Groups, Clubs, and Activities
- Eligibility Criteria
- Special Educational Needs or a Disability (SEND)
- Provider Category
- Specialist Services - For those who require longer-term support
- Targeted Services - Additional Support Needs
- Special Needs
- Learning Disabilities
- Physical Disabilities
- Sensory Impairments
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Last updated 11 September 2023