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If have a disability or health impairment and want to try a new activity or get involved with sports, below are some ideas to help you get started.

Every Body Moves
Every Body Moves is a new way to discover inclusive local opportunities to become more active.

IMAS (International Mixed Ability Sports)
Mixed Ability emphasises regular, frequent and sustainable activities, self-determination, club membership and opportunities for social interaction for everyone.

BDSL (Bradford Disability Sport & Leisure)
BDSL provides disabled people throughout Bradford district with recreational and competitive sporting opportunities.

GOGA (Get Out Get Active)
The GOGA Bradford project supports and provides those who are least active with an opportunity to make friends, improve health and have fun through sport and active recreation.

Activity Alliance
The Activity Alliance ‘Get Active’ approach finds ways for everyone to enjoy an active lifestyle.

Accessible Activities for Disabled Children
There are lots of ways to keep disabled children and young people active – start off by choosing activities your child is interested in and adapt them.

The programmes offer an ‘active together’ approach where both disabled and non-disabled people take part in activity together. It doesn’t matter about your age, your ability, your height, your size or the colour of your trainers – everyone enjoys and takes part in the same way.

NHS Live Well: Fitness for Wheelchair Users
An NHS guide with fitness advice for wheelchair users.


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