The Halliwick Programme is a progressive program of mental adjustment, disengagement, and development of motor control, with an emphasis on rotational control, and applies the programme to teach physically disabled people balance control, swimming, and independence.
Boccia is played by athletes with cerebral palsy or related neurological conditions using a wheelchair.
Play Boccia in Limerick - Saturday Boccia Club information
Badminton / Multi Sport
Badminton supports excellent fitness: players require aerobic stamina, agility, explosive strength, speed and precision. It is also a technical sport, requiring good motor coordination and the development of sophisticated racquet movements.
Football for all
The Football for All programme is made up of players from all groups and sporting bodies that cater for people with a disability who want to play football. At the moment we have 3,500 players participating in all of our programmes around the country.
Gym Inc. is an education and implementation programme designed to encourage the participation levels of physical activity amongst people in a gym environment.
The being well programme provides an ideal vehicle to enable people to help fulfil a goal of a healthier lifestyle. It is based on the principle that people are interested in their health ,want practical course that are fun to do, simple in their approach and that help them make healthy lifestyle choices. The programme also recognises the need for group and community support enabling individuals to maintain these choices.
Treaty Warriors wheelchair hurling camogie club was founded in 2011 with the aid of Mid West Spina Bifida's Wheels in Motion sports and social programme. Treaty Warriors are winners of the inter -county Blitz three years in a row, 2011-13 .Munster will head to Belfast on the weekend of April 26th for round two of the league before their home leg that will be held in UL on Saturday June 28th.ALL WELCOME. !!!
Wheelchair Basketball is an increasingly popular sport, which is growing rapidly in Ireland. As the Irish League develops and participation increases this is the opportune time to get involved in the sport.