Inclusive & Accessible
Mapping Disability - Encouraging disabled people (PDF, 17.1 Mb)
This guide supports you to communicate and engage more effectively with audiences that include disabled people
This resource encourages the sport and leisure sector to look beyond standard demographics
and take a person-centred approach
in providing opportunities.
Access For All - Inclusive Communications (PDF, 9.8 Mb)
This guide supports providers to reach a wider audience, including more disabled people.
Making Active Lives Possible - A Charter for Change (PDF, 2.7 Mb)
This Charter for Change sets out what disabled people say they need to make this possible. We are asking you to commit your support to our charter and make active lives possible, for all.
Activity Alliance Engagement Guide (PDF, 5.9 Mb)
A series of pages developed by the Activity Alliance that provide organisations with advice and support on how to improve their engagement with disabled people.
Access For All - Opening Doors (PDF, 4 Mb)
A guide to support your sports club to improve physical access for disabled people
Activity Alliance - Media Research Report (PDF, 4.9 Mb)
Activity Alliance (previously known as EFDS) commissioned ComRes, who spoke to disabled people, non-disabled people and sports journalists from local, national and specialist outlets. As well as benchmarking media’s current portrayal of disabled people in sport, it assesses opinions on disability sport news.
Let's Get Active (PDF, 423 Kb)
A guide to physical activity and sport for people with a learning disability
Talk To Me - Principles In Action (PDF, 1.1 Mb)
In October 2014 the Activity Alliance released its ‘Talk to Me’ report. This report outlined 10 principles that sports providers could follow to help make their sport or activity more appealing to disabled people. This document provides examples of ways in which each principle has been implemented in practice.
Me, not my age or impairment (PDF, 1.1 Mb)
Engaging women with a disability or life limiting health condition in later life
Older Disabled People
This guide presents information, recommendations and examples of good practice to support practitioners in providing opportunities for older disabled people to participate in, and benefit from, physical activity within their local communities.
Designing for accessibility (PDF, 1.1 Mb)
These posters show how you can make your service accessible for different access needs. Understanding accessibility means we can build services that work for everyone, whatever their access need.
Easy write guidelines (PDF, 518 Kb)
A guide of how to make written information easier to understand for people with learning disabilities.