Being active is beneficial for everyone.
If you have a disability, moving more can increase your strength and fitness and help improve your ability to do everyday tasks, as well as having a positive impact on your mental wellbeing.
Search our Activity Finder for Disability Friendly activities, or follow the links below for inspiration.
Activity Alliance have a range of support and advice to help disabled people to be more active.
Activity Alliance’s Being Active Guide, is a great place to start…
We are Undefeatable have some good advice on finding ways to move that work for you. Take a look at their 5 in 5, customisable mini workouts that you can do at home.
If you have a disability there are a whole host of different sports you can have a go at suited to all levels of ability. Check out the Parasport website to help you find a disability sport that’s right for you, or take a look at our suggestions of sport or activities you can try below.
You don’t have to be a wheelchair user to take part, and people who are non-disabled are also welcome to play and compete.
Find out more on the British Wheelchair basketball website.
Parasport have a number of resources to help you find a disability Sports that’s right for you. If you prefer to get active at home, they have a number of online workouts.
There are a number of national charities that can support people with different disabilities to be more active.
The national charity for wheelchair sport.
Providing opportunities for disabled people to play sport and lead healthy active lives.
They provide a number of resources and online exercise classes.
British Blind Sport have a range of information to support Blind or partially sited people to take part in sport. They also have a library of accessible, audio-led workouts to keep you active and healthy at home.
UK Deaf Sports vision is for every Deaf person to be active and inspired by sport and physical activity.
Take a look at their #DeafActiveOnline pages for links to accessible online workouts.
Cerebral Palsy Sport support everyone with cerebral palsy to have the opportunities, capability and motivation to participate in a wide range of physical activities. They have a range of resources to help support individual with Cerebral Palsy to be active.
The Dwarf Sport Association aims to promote and develop sport for persons of restricted growth and to enable them to enter and compete in sport on an equal footing, as well as promoting recreational sport for the benefit of any persons of restricted growth.
LimbPower are dedicated to supporting others to provide opportunities for amputees and people with a limb impairment to enjoy sport and physical activity. They have a number of online classes available.
Sense Sport aims to increase the range of sport and physical activities available to people with complex disabilities.