The Herts Disability Sports Foundation (HDSF) was originally set up in Welwyn Hatfield to promote the development of disability sport for people in day services across Hertfordshire. The developments in provision made during the time of the Sports England funded programme, has a lasting legacy of equipment and training that is continuing to reap benefits for all of the community.
The Foundation also supports inclusive training and coach development opportunities for participants, coaches and day service staff; providing a holistic approach to inclusive sports development.
In addition to this, we provide open sessions which are available to anybody with a disability and their siblings/friends. These sessions include archery, easy rider adapted cycling, doughnutting, fishing and bell boating. To find out more about these sessions and to book a place, please click here.
Alongside this, the Foundation is able to cater for organisations who would like to take part in corporate activities with a paralympic twist. This includes activities such as paralympic games and wheelchair basketball competitions. For more information, please contact us to find out more.
We are now able to provide activities from a variety of facilities across Hertfordshire. Activities include archery, basketball, boccia, dance, easy rider adapted cycling, fitness and mobility, team building activities, wheelchair basketball. If you are interested in any of these activities please contact us for details.
Do you want to see an example of a week in the life of HDSF? Have a look at a snap shot of the week before May Half term.