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These are stories from individuals and organisations about getting active and what it means to them.

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    Kamran’s story

    Kamran Mallick joined Disability Rights UK as its Chief Executive in July 2017. He is the former Chief Executive of Acti...

    Kamran’s story

    Kelly’s story

    In this blog, Kelly from Living Options Devon discusses how the pandemic has changed for them in their efforts to empower Disabled and Deaf people to live the life they choose

    Kelly’s story

    Liz’s story

    This story looks at how the pandemic changed the work of Wheels for Wellbeing, and what comes next for the award-winning charity.

    Liz’s story

    Kay’s story

    In this story, we talk to Kay about barriers to cycling in their local parks and green spaces they have encountered.

    Kay’s story

    Zanib’s story

    In this blog, Zanib raises the question: If our more modern urban spaces are not accessible enough, what about our less modern and more remote areas?

    Zanib’s story

    Mo’s story

    In her story, Mo talks about how great it feels to get out and get active through horse riding.

    Mo’s story

    Caroline’s story

    In this blog, Caroline discusses the importance of green spaces for her wellbeing.

    Caroline’s story

    Jo’s story

    In this blog, Jo Reffin a specialist neuromuscular physiotherapist discusses her work and new recommendations launched by Muscular Dystrophy to stay active and fit.

    Jo’s story

    Cameron’s story

    In this story, Cameron talks about how getting active through dance has changed her life.

    Cameron’s story

    Rory’s story

    In this blog, Rory explains how getting active through horse riding helps to unlock his fear and anxiety around other people

    Rory’s story

    Will’s story

    In this blog Will Bayley discusses his moment of victory at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.

    Will’s story

    Freedom for Wheels story

    In this blog Freedom For Wheels describe how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted Disabled people’s access to physical activity, physiotherapy and life in general.

    Freedom for Wheels story