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  • Video Vote Gives Disabled People A Sporting Chance

    Video Vote Gives Disabled People A Sporting Chance

    Who says disabled people aren’t competitive? Well, you have the chance to prove that they are – and can also play to win – by voting for a fundraising video in a prestigious contest. Activity Alliance aims to make active lives possible by enabling organisations to support disabled individuals to be and stay active. Their video – actually entitled Who Says Disabled People Aren’t Competitive? – has been entered for this year’s Charity Film Awards.

  • DAWS Gives Us All A Sporting Chance

    Disability Awareness With Sport (DAWS) is a non-profit organisation based in south-east Sheffield which aims to make exercise accessible to everyone, especially those who may experience isolation within their community. As well as providing fitness training, provided by a fully-qualified instructor and tailored to individuals’ needs DAWS also organises social get-togethers.

  • Paralympics Questionnaire

    Did you enjoy watching the 2012 London Paralympics but don’t take part in sporting activities yourself? If so, you may want to take part in a research study and get the chance to win some spending vouchers.

  • Free Gym Taster Sessions

    Getting fit can sometimes be difficult if you have a disability that stops you using a gym. FREE taster sessions at Access Fitness disability friendly gym in February can help you to lead a healthier lifestyle.

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