Physical Outlet

Deaf Sports Ireland:

Deaf Sports Ireland, known as Irish Deaf Sports Association until 2012, was set up in 1968 and is one of the longest running organisations in the Irish Deaf Community still in existence today. Today, DSI is the national governing body in Ireland and is affiliated to International Committee of Sports

Vision Sports Ireland Useful Links:

Useful Links: ChildVision Gracepark Road Drumcondra Dublin 9 Tel: 01 837 3635 Fax: 01 837 3884 Email: Fighting Blindness 7 Ely Place, Floor 3 Dublin 2 Telephone: +353 1 6789 004 Email: National League of the Blind of Ireland 21 Hill St Dublin 1 Telephone (01)8742792

Vision Impaired Football FAI:

The FAI FFA programme and Vision Sports Ireland work in conjunction to promote and develop football opportunities for people with vision impairments. There are opportunities for both partially sighted players (B2/3) and fully blind (B1) players. The B2/3 footballers play indoors and there are minimal differences in the rules from

NIVIB (Northern Ireland Visually Impaired Bowls):

Group who play indoor bowls weekly from approx 1 October until 31 March and also play many friendly matches with sighted people. There are currently only 2 active clubs in the Association. Stadium bowls is also available during the winter months but booking for a rink is normally required. Outdoor

Blind Sports Network NI:

The Blind Sports Network NI was established in 2012 and includes key representatives from sports clubs and organisations for people with sight loss from across Northern Ireland. The aim of the group is to: a) Research: To undertake research into the levels of physical activity of people with sight loss and

Irish Blind Golf:

Welcome to the Irish Blind Golf website where you can find news and information on upcoming events and fundraisers. We are a voluntary organisation supporting blind and visually impaired people who wish to learn or continue playing golf in Ireland. Irish Blind Golf

Wheelchair Tennis Ireland:

Tennis Ireland is an official member of the International Wheelchair Tennis Federation. Wheelchair Tennis was founded in 1976 when Brad Parks first hit a tennis ball from a wheelchair and realised the potential of this new sport.  Still one of the fastest growing wheelchair sports in the world, wheelchair tennis

Boccia Ireland:

Boccia Ireland is the governing body of the sport in Ireland, responsible for all aspects of boccia and providing for all levels from participation to high performance. Boccia Ireland currently operates as an executive sub-committee of Paralympics Ireland, under terms of reference agreed by the Paralympics Ireland board. The next

Exercise and your Mental Health:

Keeping active helps protect both your physical and mental health. Regular exercise will help you sleep, relax and feel better. Exercise helps reduce stress and boosts your energy levels. It can also be a good way to meet people and get more involved in your community. Physical activity can cause

Inclusion Basketball:

If you are interested in playing basketball and cannot find a Basketball club in your area that can support your needs, please follow the links below to Disability organisations that will have information for clubs that can provide you with an opportunity to play basketball. – Special Olympics find a