Useful disability resources to help those with a disability get active
There are hundreds of useful disability resources, sites and guides available. These aim to help those with a disability get active.
Whether you’re already active, or looking to become more physically active with a disability, we can support you.
Here are a few sites and some downloadable resources to get you started. But, if you’re unable to find what you’re looking for, get in touch and we’ll try our best to help.
Activity Alliance are the leading voices in ensuring everyone can take part in sport. They have produced resources which can help you in getting physically active with a disability. We’ve picked out a few we think might help.
Check out the Activity Alliance website for more, and get in touch with our team if you need help.
Adults with disabilities
For many disabled people, being physically active can feel really difficult. Some sports feel too challenging whilst others aren’t very accessible. However, we’re fighting to change this.
Thankfully, there are several charities and partnerships working together to ensure physical activity is accessible for everyone. Here are a few to get you started:
Children with disabilities
It can be hard for children to find the confidence to try new sports and physical activities. They may be scared of failure or judgement. Plus, it can be scary trying something new, no matter your ability.
This is why we’ve pulled together some resources to support children in getting active.
Other useful disability resources
If you’re looking for more information, check out the files below. They show how to get active with a disability, and also how it can help your mental health.
If you have any trouble accessing these or need them in a different format, please let us know. Alternatively, if you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact us and we’ll do our best to help.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for or need help, let us know. Similarly if you need any advice on getting active, you can check out our Active at Home section, or send us an email. We’ll also be able to advise on how you can get moving!