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This page is where you’ll find all of our research, toolkits, webinars and videos about getting active. You’ll find everything from PDFs to videos here.

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    STEP tool for adapting activities

    This works sheet offers effective ways to use household items to be active.

    STEP tool for adapting activities

    UK Chief Medical Officers’ physical activity guidelines

    The report contains guidance for health professionals, policymakers and others working to promote physical activity, sport and exercise for health benefits. This also includes recommendations for disabled adults.

    UK Chief Medical Officers’ physical activity guidelines

    A guide to Active Support

    Active support is a way of providing assistance to people which focuses on making sure they are engaged and participating in all areas of life

    A guide to Active Support

    Sensory Exercises poster

    A movement based exercise poster that aims to improve your mobility and coordination.

    Sensory Exercises poster

    Adult Exercise Advice for People with Muscle Wasting Conditions

    Exercise advice for adults living with a neuromuscular condition.

    Adult Exercise Advice for People with Muscle Wasting Conditions

    Boccia England resources

    Free resources to help people how to play boccia.

    Boccia England resources

    Special Olympics Resources

    Flashcards to help people with learning disabilities of all ages stay active at home.

    Special Olympics Resources

    Making Sense of Mini-Games

    A resource to help disabled people to be more active, with a booklet of suitable games and activities that can be enjoyed with little or no equipment or in any sized space.

    Making Sense of Mini-Games
    Created with Moving Social Work collective

    Co-production for sport animation

    This five-minute animation tells you why co-production is important and how to do it.

    Co-production for sport animation

    DPAIC Networking & Learning Event

    In this video, members of the DPAIC coalition detail their work to date, and what they hope to achieve in the future....

    DPAIC Networking & Learning Event

    How to coproduce research in the sport exercise and health sciences

    This academic paper talks about the challenges involved with co-production, offers working principles and highlights practical options for how to co-produce research.

    How to coproduce research in the sport exercise and health sciences

    Communicate physical activity guidelines for Disabled children and Disabled young people

    This academic article to which our programme manager Lydia Bone contributed provides the evidence review that went alongside an infographic to promote how Disabled children can be more active.

    Communicate physical activity guidelines for Disabled children and Disabled young people