We Provideā€¦ Practical Help

Having lost the use their limbs tetraplegics need help to perform many of the most mundane day-to-day tasks. Mobility is the major issue for many and without the use of appropriate wheelchairs and adapted vehicles tetraplegics can become trapped in their own homes.

Tetraplegic with tennis racket and ball
Our Aims
To help British sports tetraplegics lead independent and fulfilling lives.
To assist in providing equipment and facilities to improve mobility, communication, education and employment opportunities.
To ensure equal opportunities for tetraplegics.
To form lasting relationships and provide support for sports tetraplegics and their families.
To be a Forum and a point of reference enabling sports tetraplegics to share experiences and to support each other.
To increase awareness of risks, educate and reduce the number of accidents resulting in tetraplegia.
To raise funds by way of donations, legacies and challenge events to provide equipment and facilities for sports tetraplegics.

Apply for a grant

Regain has been established to help people who have had a sports related spinal cord injury resulting in tetraplegia/quadriplegia. Money is available for potential REGAINERS to help provide them with the specialist equipment they need to enable them to achieve greater independence and improve their quality of life.


Keep up to date with our latest news and events

In at the Deep End 2020 banner, featuring pictures of Mark Foster, swimmers in wetsuits at the Eton Dorney Lake and someone who has become tetraplegic in a sporting accident

In at the Deep End 2020

Choose to swim either a 2.2km (one full length), 5km (one complete lap) or 10km (two complete laps) course on this famous lake to raise vital ...
  • 08:00 - 17:00
  • Dorney Lake, Eton
  • September 27, 2020
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Information Days

Through our Transforming Lives Campaign, Regain has committed to organising Information Days across the UK. These aim to help us reach more ...
  • 10:00am - 4:30pm
  • Yarnfield Park
  • September 5, 2019