Our charity is working to make active lives possible with a vision that disabled people are active for life.
We enable organisations to support more disabled people to be active.
We build partnerships to increase the number of disabled people taking part.
We work with organisations to enhance their work with disabled people.
We team up with partners and our members to make active lives possible.
We can enable your organisation to support more disabled people
We develop our support through ongoing research. Our programmes and resources can help you to include disabled people more effectively.How We Help
Psychological barriers play the biggest role in preventing disabled people from taking part in sport.
Seven out of ten disabled people want to be more active.
One in five people in England have an impairment - around 9.4 million disabled people.
We support disabled people to find opportunities to get active
Being active is good for everyone's health and well-being. There are many ways for people to enjoy an active lifestyle.Get Active
Gordon Reid wins second World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament singles title in Rotterdam with a 6-2, 6-1 victory over Nicolas Peifer.
EFDS features a new blog post every Friday. This week Beth Phillips, talks about discovering her competitive side with wheelchair rugby.
Paralympic medallists are among a strong entry for the Bolton Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament at USN Bolton Arena from 21-25 February.