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Disability Hub Clubs

Hub Clubs are local swimming clubs that work in partnership with the ASA to provide an assessment opportunity for any swimmer with a disability.

During the session swimmers will be asked to complete basic swim skills and assessment tasks to determine their ability level.

After the initial assessment swimmers will be directed to appropriate swimming provision best suited to the individual swimmer.

There are also ‘Swimlink’ sessions available in limited locations. These aim to further enhance the swimming skills of young disabled people by bridging the gap between learning to swim and progressing on to a swimming club.

These sessions will enable the young person to progress into a mainstream coaching environment.

To find out where your nearest Hub Club is situated then please click here