Disability Swimming Pathway
Swimming can combat a sedentary lifestyle. This means that for people with disability, it’s important to be as physically active as possible. It’s crucial to look for ways to overcome any barriers that you are likely to face as you try to become more physically active.
The disability pathway below should provide an opportunity for any one with a disability to engage in swimming across Ealing.
Dormers Wells Leisure Centre
Ealing Disability Swimming Squad Session
- Thursday, 8.00pm to 9.30pm.
Ealing Disability Swimming Squad (EDSC) is a house club that is part of Ealing Swim Club. Operating since May 2013 as a club training session that is designed specifically for those with disabilities.
If you can swim more than 25 metres and would like to develop your swimming please call Fred Burley on 020 8582 3790 or email email@example.com for further details.
Disability Drop In Sessions
- Friday, 6.00pm to 7.00pm, £1.00 per participant.
For casually instructed swimming sessions.
Gurnell Leisure Centre
Disability Swimming 1 to 1 Lessons
- Varied times and days depending on instructor availability.
For Beginners & Improvers and both children & adults.
£50 for five, half hour lessons.
If you or your child find mainstream lessons too challenging and aren't progressing, try speaking to our swimming co-ordinator or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children and adults with disabilities can work through the same ASA awards, but will be exempt from some skills where he or she is physically unable to achieve them.