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Inclusive club development

Activity Alliance works with sports clubs and local community organisations to provide inclusive and accessible opportunities for disabled people.

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The Disability Inclusion Hub is a free online tool, developed in partnership with Sport England buddle, that supports sports clubs and community organisations improve their the delivery and access of activity opportunities, so more disabled people can be active. 

It enables sports clubs, community organisations, and the sport and activity workforce to self-assess their offer for disabled people. As part of the assessment, users will understand how inclusive and accessible their current offer is for disabled people and identify areas for improvement.

The Disability Inclusion Hub invites users to answer a series of questions, taking approximately ten minutes to answer, across three key areas: 

  • Organisation operations
  • Promotion of activities 
  • Workforce

Once the questions have been answered, the tool will direct users to a range of relevant Activity Alliance resources to help them make positive changes to ensure their activities meet the needs of disabled people.  

Quick and easy to use, the Disability Inclusion Club Hub is accessible to anyone with a Club Matters account. (If users don’t currently have an account, they will be directed to create one on entry to the tool). 

Link to access the Disability Inclusion Club tool 

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Find out more about Sport England buddle

Buddle is a Sport England Lottery funded programme that provides free resources, support, guidance, and workshops to grassroots sports clubs, groups, community organisations, and the professional sport and activity workforce. Visit the Buddle website to find out more.