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Physical Activity and Sport Participation Clubs Disability
  • Updated 3 years ago

    A Guide to Visually Impaired Friendly Sport

    London Sport
    Every person with a visual impairment (VI) has the right to participate in physical activity, despite the barriers that VI imposes. This resource is useful for any individual or organisation delivering physical activity for support, ideas and guidance on how to include people with VI.    The document will help the reader to understand sight loss and eye conditions, understand and apply knowledge to meet the needs of people with VI, us...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Sports Club Survey 2013

    London Sport
    This report presents results from the 2013 Sports Club Survey of more than 100 different sports to provide insight into the health of the UK's grassroots community clubs. Key findings include: - From 2010-2012 there was a 67% increase in the average club's surplus to £1,825. - The average club had 114 adult members, an increase of 21% since 2011. - 58% of the UK's sports clubs were working with schools, with nine in ten school club l...
  • Created 3 years ago

    What's the Score?

    London Sport
    The Sport and Recreation Alliance has produced research on sports clubs across Europe, looking at participation levels, facilities, finance, social inclusion and volunteering. Key findings include: - 70% of membership is male, 30% is female - 25% of sports clubs have no disabled members - 26% of clubs said none of their members were over 65 - 15% ran targeted initiatives to encourage disabled people, and 11% to encourage over 65s, t...
  • Created 3 years ago

    Sports Club Disability Survey Report

    London Sport
    Following the Sport and Recreation Alliance survey of community and grassroots sports clubs, the EFDS have produced a more detailed report focusing on the findings which impact disabled people. It is hoped that better understanding of club provision for disabled participants will lead to more extensive provision. Key findings include: - One third of clubs have no provision for disabled people. - Although clubs believe they need specia...