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Found 22 resources.
Access for all: Opening Doors
EFDS worked with access experts Jean Hewitt Consulting on this Guide to support sports clubs to improve physical access for disabled people.
Accessible sport for you: British Blind Sport
Accessible PDF about British Blind Sport, who provide opportunities for visually impaired people to take part in sport and physical activity
Accessible sport for you: Cerebral Palsy Sport
Accessible PDF about Cerebral Palsy Sport, who provide sporting opportunities for children and adults with cerebral palsy.
Accessible sport for you: Dwarf Sports Association UK
Accessible PDF about Dwarf Sports Association UK, who provide regular sporting opportunities for people with dwarfism and restricted growth
Accessible sport for you: LimbPower
Accessible PDF about LimbPower, who support amputees and people with limb impairments to reach their sporting potential.
Accessible sport for you: Mencap and Special Olympics GB
Accessible PDF about Mencap and Special Olympics GB, who promote the inclusion of people with learning disabilities in sport.
Accessible sport for you: UK Deaf Sport
Accessible PDF and British Sign Language video below about UK Deaf Sport, who provide information and expertise on how to engage deaf people in sport and physical activity.
Accessible sport for you: WheelPower
Accessible PDF about WheelPower, who promote and provide sporting opportunities for people with a physical or locomotor impairment.
Active for Autism
The National Autistic Society's Active for Autism has created top tips for engaging people with autism in sport and physical activity
Being Active Guide: Accessible PDF version
This guide supports more disabled people to enjoy an active lifestyle. EFDS and Disability Rights UK created the guide.
EFDS Engagement Guide
Strengthen your local engagement with disabled people and increase opportunities.
EFDS Inclusive Communications Guide
Released in April 2014, this Guide supports providers to reach a wider audience, including more disabled people. You can download the Guide or watch the animation video below.