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.
This academic paper talks about the challenges involved with co-production, offers working principles and highlights practical options for how to co-produce research.
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.
View or download the full activity pack, which includes information and resources for you to support Disabled people to be active. If you would prefer to view or download individual sections, scroll down this page to view more.
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This research report produced by Disability Rights UK shares tips and advice for including Disabled people in physical activity and sport.
These guidelines were produced in 2018 to be a useful tool for social workers in their conversations about how physical activity and exercise can contribute to supporting service users to reach their identified outcomes.
This simple co-produced infographic explains why physical activity is important for Disabled Adults.
This academic article is a call for action to make physical activity and sedentary behaviour messages inclusive.
This is a summary version of the Moving the West Midland’s Forward report from 2019.
This research from 2019 uses a Social Model to capture real examples of barriers Disabled people are facing and find out about their suggestions of how things can be improved.
This research report presents the findings from an exploratory study of a physical activity intervention based in Northe...
This report from 2019 evaluates the Peer Support element of the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) programme, which supported Dis...
This academic article explains how an infographic was created to explain the importance of physical activity for Disable...