Together We Will
The Together We Will campaign ran from July to end of September 2016, and has now come to an end. There are lots of other ways you can continue to be active and stay active all year round. The National Disability Sports Organisations provide support, guidance and opportunities for children and adults with a range of impairments to be more active and have fun.
From July until end of September 2016, the National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) and Activity Alliance, came together, supported by Sport England to encourage disabled people to be more active.
The Together We Will campaign aimed to support and motivate disabled people along with their friends and family to become healthier, stronger and have fun being active.
Over the summer, we showcased a series of ambassador stories from disabled people, about how and where they enjoy being active with friends and family. We also made it easier to find useful information about people and organisations that can support you to be more active.
As well as helping us be happy and healthy, being active is a great social activity. It can help you meet people, make friends and give your sense of well-being a big boost.
Together We Will... have fun
Taking part in sport and exercise isn’t something you have to do alone. With friends and family it can be much more fun. And when it’s fun, you are more likely to carry on being active too. As well as helping us be happy and healthy, being active is a great social activity. Read more.
Together We Will be more active - FAQs
The Together We Will campaign has now come to an end, but you can continue to find lots of information about the National Disability Sports Organisations, support available and opportunities to be active here.
Together We Will was brought to you by the National Disability Sports Organisations in partnership with EFDS and was supported by Sport England.
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