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Webinar: Inclusive Activity - Taking a person-centred approach

Sign up now to Activity Alliance’s webinar that will explore inclusive activity and taking a person-centred approach.

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Research also shows there are high levels of physical inactivity among certain populations. This includes disabled people, women and girls, older people, ethnically diverse communities, LGBTQIA+ community and people from lower socioeconomic households.

Many organisations group inactive audiences by these standard demographics. This can lead to assumptions about their behaviour, motivations and barriers to being active.

Activity Alliance is hosting a webinar on Tuesday 27 February from 11-12 that will explore inclusive activity and taking a person-centred approach.

Sign up now to this free event on Eventbrite to guarantee your place.

Disabled people are a part of every social demographic, motivated to be or not to be active for numerous reasons. For the sport, leisure and physical activity sector to be inclusive of disabled people, we must acknowledge this and treat disabled people as individuals. We know disabled people are frequently boxed into singular narratives, which often ignores their rich and diverse identities.

Activity Alliance CEO, Adam Blaze will be joined by a range of experts to discuss intersectionality and how considering it can improve the inclusivity of sport and physical activity. They will explore our work in this space and how we are working with partners to ensure this diversity is at the forefront of the sector’s planning. 

In the free session, we will hear from organisers, deliverers and participants from Active Black Country, who through the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) programme, have embraced a person-centred approach to deliver sessions in faith centres. 

In addition, we will share best practice and resources to help you apply this in your work.

Simply sign up through Eventbrite to book your place.

This webinar is part of a series that were produced after our Annual Disability and Activity survey, discussing some of the findings. You can find previous recording on our YouTube channel.