Activity Alliance Annual Survey Impairment Report (Sept 2023)
Activity Alliance’s Impairment Report provides additional data analysis of the results from our Annual Disability and Activity Survey 2022-23. It looks in detail at how different impairment types can impact disabled people’s perceptions and experiences of sport and activity.
998 disabled people and people with long term health conditions took part in our fourth Annual Disability and Activity Survey between August and October 2022. This report complements the main survey report, providing a deeper understanding of disabled people’s perceptions and experiences of sport and physical activity.
This data report focuses on the key findings from people with different types of impairments. It outlines key data for seven impairment types compared to the overall sample of disabled people, non-disabled people, and to previous years.
The sample size for each impairment type was:
- Mobility: 588
- Learning, understanding or concentrating: 94
- Long-term health condition: 367
- Mental health: 298
- Hearing: 114
- Visual: 52
- Social or behavioural: 87
Most people who took part in the survey have more than one impairment.
This report provides valuable insight and recommendations for organisations and individuals who work with people with specific impairments to ensure they are being accessible and inclusive.
Please contact Activity Alliance’s research team to discuss how to access and use the data, or how to implement the recommendations. Email the research team or call 01509 227750.
This document is also available in Word format. Please contact us if you need more support. Email email@example.com or call 01509 227750.
Report published in September 2023.
Photo credit: CP Sport.