Search through a range of resources that can help you to engage more disabled people. Use the topic filter to find guidance from our across Activity Alliance and our Members.
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Activity Alliance: Me, Being Active films 2017
Two years since the first collection, Activity Alliance 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.
Activity Alliance: Media Guide - 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.
Activity Alliance: Profiling Toolkit
Designed by our events team in the 1990s, this enables teachers and coaches to identify ability, measure progress and develop the talent of every disabled child and adult. Contact Jannine Walker, National Events Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Activity Alliance: Roadmap to supporting more disabled people
This roadmap provides information for those who support, work and live with disabled people on how they can assist them to be more active. Produced in partnership with County Sports Partnership Network, Disability Rights UK and Sport England, the resource is a guideline to where to start, where to find out more and who to contact on the road to being active.
Activity Alliance: Talk to me 10 Principles
Activity Alliance, supported by Sport England, has released the Ten Principles film to guide providers to deliver more appealing and inclusive opportunities. If embedded within planning and delivery, the principles can be the vital ingredient for delivering activities that will support disabled people to be and stay active for life.
Engagement factsheet: Accessible and inclusive communications
Released in April 2019, this factsheet provides top tips on how to be more inclusive and accessible in communications.
Engagement factsheet: Effective Engagement
Released in April 2019, this factsheet provides top tips on how to be more effective in your engagement.
Engagement factsheet: Engagement through research and insight
Released in April 2019, this factsheet provides top tips on how to be more effective in research and insight. In turn, this will help you meet your organisational objectives.
Engagement factsheet: Engaging older people
Released in April 2019, this factsheet provides top tips on who to involve and how to engage older people in your work.
Engagement factsheet: Engaging women in sport and physical activity
Released in April 2019, this factsheet provides top tips on how to engage more women, including disabled women.
Engagement factsheet: Gathering and using insight on disabled people
Released in April 2019, This sheet provides top tips on how to be more effective in gathering and using insight. There are specific points to consider and places to look when gathering information on disability and disabled people.
Engagement factsheet: Know your audience
Released in April 2019, this factsheet provides you with an overview of statistics, which can help you to build a picture of disabled people in our population.