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  • 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. This document is a large file. Please be aware before you download it. This resource is also available in accessible Word format.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGcoCZa-a50
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  • Inclusive Communications Guide WORD version

    Plain Word version of Inclusive Communications Guide released in April 2014. This Guide supports providers to reach a wider audience, including more disabled people.

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  • Inclusive Fitness Initiative: Exercise cards part 1

    EFDS developed these cards to support disabled people to be active. Try gentle routines and enjoy exercising in many environments.

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  • Inclusive Fitness Initiative: Exercise cards part 2

    We developed these cards to support disabled people to be active. Try gentle routines and enjoy exercising in many environments.

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  • Inclusive Fitness Initiative Marketing Kitbag

    Download our IFI 'Marketing Gyms to Disabled People Kitbag' designed for IFI Mark facilities and other providers.

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  • Inclusive School Games resources

    In partnership with the Youth Sport Trust, we have developed the Sainsbury’s School Games Inclusive Health Check. The resource supports key delivery agents across the School Games Network to provide more opportunities that include young disabled people. As part of this partnership we developed the following fact sheets and top tips to support inclusive delivery.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCfDKxGqb7Q
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  • Let's Get Active guide

    A guide to physical activity and sport for people with a learning disability. Produced by Mencap and Special Olympics Great Britain.

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  • Me, Being Active films 2015

    Meet Cassie, Cath, Chandni, Hannah and Wolf. They are five disabled people with a range of impairments, who all lead active lives. In their own words, each individual shares their personal story. As well as discussing how they first became active, they explain the way it makes them feel. We created the films in partnership with Sport England and Disability Rights UK.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCR-NTW-Wz8&list=PLA7MMK5VqkdqmEbme64J9GZM3CKYyg5xl&index=1
  • Me, Being Active films 2017

    Two years since the first collection, EFDS has released a new collection of Me, Being Active films. Meet Anoushé, Evie, Richard, Sam, Shona, Tesfai and Zack. They are seven disabled people with a range of impairments and long-term health conditions, who all lead active lives. In their own words, each individual shares their personal story. These films are supported by Disability Rights UK and funded by Sport England.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Crfe1BFnHaw&list=PLA7MMK5VqkdrmtoMd0SYc93xPGx8-iu_S&index=1
  • Media Guide to reporting on disabled people in sport

    Released August 2016, this Guide supports journalists and sports providers to produce news content on disabled people in sport. It explores six areas- tailoring content, story type, style and placement, language, media formats and ambassadors. It accompanies the media research report released at the same time.

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  • Mind- Get Set to Go: Physical activity, sport and mental health

    How to improve your wellbeing through physical activity and sport.

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  • National Autistic Society's 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

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