The activity Alliance are the national charity and leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity
Read more about all the stories from their October newsletter (headlines below) on the Activity Alliance website.
Activity Alliance releases additional data from Annual Survey 22-23
For National Inclusion Week, Activity Alliance released two additional data reports on disabled people’s demographics and impairment types.
Celebrating 25 years as a national charity
On 7 September 2023 we marked our 25th anniversary as a national charity. There has been remarkable change over that quarter of a century, but our role as the leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity remains more necessary than ever before.
Get Out Get Active celebration: “Embrace the power of being active”
In October, Activity Alliance and partners will celebrate all things Get Out Get Active (GOGA). We will be celebrating the UK-wide GOGA programme that has reached an extraordinary 160,000 people since 2016.
Sport England launches Physical Literacy Consensus Statement
On 28 September, Sport England published the new Physical Literacy Consensus Statement for England at an event at the Royal Society of Arts in London. Our CEO, Adam Blaze, joined them and for a panel discussion, exploring the importance of physical literacy and how it influences people’s relationships with movement and physical activity.
Webinar: How physical activity can improve our mental wellbeing
Join our online event engaging mental health experts to discuss how physical activity can improve disabled people’s mental wellbeing. This free webinar, hosted by Activity Alliance will take place on Thursday 12 October from 10:30 to 11:30.
Read more about all the stories above on the Activity Alliance website.