Disabled people are half as likely to be physically active, yet 4 out of 5 would like to do more. This needs to change and we can all play a part in making it happen. From sports and exercise clubs to activity organisers, everyone can make a difference to increase the health and happiness of disabled people.
Tackling the inequalities facing disabled children and young people within Gloucestershire’s sport and physical activity sector.
Support activity with the Let’s Play equipment loan scheme.
Find out about the Gloucestershire Active Inclusion Network.
Are you going to this years Big Health day? The event is aimed at helping people with learning disabilities with complex physical and emotional health needs, people with physical disabilities and sensory impairments, autistic people and anyone with mental health support needs to stay active and healthy. Day: Friday 16th June 2023 Time: 9.30am to 3pm Place: Oxstalls Sports Centre, Plock Court, Tewkesbury Road, Gloucester, GL2 9DW
Take a look a the activities taking place at the Big Health Day this summer. Click on the pictures below to go to their websites.
Stay up-to-date with the latest inclusive opportunities.
Discover opportunities or share your stories about inclusion.
Uncover a whole range of new skills and be a change maker.
Find out what is already happening. You can also get in touch and share your ideas, groups and campaigns.
Organisations, community groups, sports clubs, activity providers and more, coming together to help get people in Gloucestershire active.
By becoming a we can move changemaker, you can access resources and training to help you help others.
Creating genuinely inclusive environments where people can be active together.
A new approach being taken to tackle the inequalities facing disabled children and young people within Gloucestershire’s sport and physical activity.
Whatever your long-term health condition, find something that works for you.
Supporting older volunteers who inspire others to be active.
Equipment loan to help older adults and disabled people enjoy fun, friendly and social activity in the community.
Join a network of people working together to improve people’s lives. People who are passionate about inclusion, learning and sharing ideas together.