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Activity Alliance updates its guides to help organisations engage disabled people in sport

The updated guidance has been designed to help organisations collect valuable insights to engage more disabled people (Image: Activity Alliance)

Activity Alliance has updated two of its engagement factsheets, focussing on the importance of research and insight and how best to use it to help engage with disabled people and to get them physically active.

“Research and insight help us to understand which sport and physical activities disabled people currently enjoy, which they do not and what they would like to take part in if given the opportunity,” a spokesperson for the Activity Alliance said.

“Also, the amount of information available to help organisations and clubs reach disabled people can be overwhelming, so it is important to have a clear idea of what they want to find out.”

One of the Alliance’s updated factsheets has been designed to help organisations collect valuable insights to engage more disabled people.

This is in recognition that gathering information ensures that programmes, support and services meet the needs of the audience they are intended to – and promotes the aims effectively.

The updated resources are part of a series of factsheets designed to help organisations embed inclusive practice and engage more disabled people to be active.

All of the 11 effective engagement factsheets – including the updated ones – can be accessed on the Alliance’s dedicated website here.

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