We lead the way in gathering insight on disabled people in sport and activity. This page contains relevant research, including all studies commissioned, published and released by us or in partnership.
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Found 35 research articles.
Report outlining findings from people with different impairments who took part in our Annual Disability and Activity Survey 2022-23.
This report outlines findings from people from different demographic groups from our Annual Disability and Activity Survey 2022-23.
Our latest national survey results reveals a need to reduce disabled people’s cost of living and loneliness to improve activity levels.
Research report from the Get Out Get Active programme examining the key qualities and skills of physical activity deliverers and leaders.
Our research and insight team analyses information on disabled people's population in England and Wales taken from the Census 2021 data.
This report explores how sport and activity providers responded and disabled people's experiences since COVID-19 restrictions were lifted.
Our 2022 national activity survey reveals many disabled people feel forgotten as we recover from the pandemic.
Annual Survey reveals the stark impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on disabled people’s activity levels.
This overview helps those working in sport and leisure to understand the wider impact COVID-19 is having on disabled people's activity.
This report investigates the differences in experience and perceptions of sport and activity among disabled and non-disabled children.
This report gives an in-depth comparison of disabled and non-disabled adults’ experiences of sport and activity.
This report looks at non-disabled people's experiences and perceptions of taking part in sport and active recreation with disabled people.