Voiceability are delivering a Lincolnshire wide walking challenge, working with organisations that support people with learning disabilities as well as individuals.
This collection of short films features disabled people from Northamptonshire who are already physically active and enjoy the benefits of doing so. The aim of these films is to help inspire other disabled people from around the county and country to get active by seeing other people like them already doing so.
Deaf Get Active and Volunteer is a Sport England funded project managed by Living Options Devon in partnership with Active Devon.
Spectrum Community Arts Ltd offers performing arts clubs in and around Leighton Buzzard for children and adults with disabilities.
Working in partnership, Hereford Yoga Centre and Royal National College for the Blind have delivered regular yoga classes for visually impaired young people, aiming to address the stresses and symptoms associated with sight loss, often preventing young people from being active.
Inclusive Cycling in Bedfordshire & Luton goes from strength to strength with 90-100 adults with MLD-SLD & Physical Disabilities using the adapted bikes each month
A Diversity Day aims to provide both special and mainstream schools with a tailored disability awareness and information day for pupils (and teachers) designed to promote the various opportunities to take part in inclusive activities; challenge negative perceptions about having a disability, instil confidence in young disabled people through volunteering and ambassadorial roles and to provide children with the opportunity to try new inclusive sports.
Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport (LRS) is leading the way down an inclusive pathway for sport and physical activity, offering a wider range of accessible and impairment specific opportunities for people with disabilities.
It’s estimated that in Buckinghamshire over 7,500 people aged 18 to 64 years have a learning disability. This is the largest single disability group in the county and whilst there isn’t currently participation data specifically for this group, research does show that those with a disability are 14% less active than those without a disability.
The project helped develop a Coaching Pathway Programme for people with learning difficulties in partnership with Sport for Confidence