Cambridge House logo

Disabled People’s Empowerment

Our arts and sports programmes for disabled adults and children are tailored to the specific needs of our different users

arts and sports, art, disability, services, specialist, adults, children,

We provide alternative pathways to education, healthy living, and creative arts for disabled children and adults through our range of arts and sports programmes. We work in small groups in order to focus on individuals, using combinations of art, sport, drama and performance to enable them to learn, grow and enjoy themselves.

Our activities are designed to encourage self-expression and independence by drawing on the individual’s strengths and interests.

We work with our users to help improve their dexterity and coordination as well as their communication skills, team work skills and confidence.

disability, art, disabled art, art by people with a disability,

Artwork by one of the Camberwell Incredibles

Along with the therapeutic and skills-based benefits, these projects provide a valued and consistent environment and routine for our users, some of whom have been using our services for more than a decade.

We place great emphasis on maintaining a supportive, inclusive, and enabling culture and involving our users as much as possible in the design and development of our activities.

We are always looking for volunteer support workers to assist with our range of activities. If you’d like to get involved in either our Sports and/or Art Programmes have a look at our flyers (links below) for more information.
Learning Disability Arts Club Volunteering Flyer
Learning Disability Sports Club Volunteering Flyer