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Is Sport Really So Important?

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Deborah Bell, Enablement Manager at Disabled Living talks about the importance of sport and how it can help you to stay active during the Covid-19 lockdown. Yes, sport really is so important because it can develop from exercise! Having been in lockdown for the last few weeks, with one of the few reasons we can […]

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7 Sports Activities for People with Disabilities

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This is a guest blog for Disabled Living by Heidi Jones, who outlines 7 sports activities for people with disabilities.  Over the past couple of years, sports accessibility has increased for those with disabilities. Since the first official Paralympic Games in Rome 1960, more avenues have opened up for disabled people to showcase their talents. […]

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The Links Between Abi Rehabilitation and Sports and Social Life

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Sarah Jones, Senior Associate at Clarke Willmott LLP, attends our In the Dock with a Expert Witness workshop. We recently spoke to Sarah to hear all about the ‘Boots, Balls and Brains’ event discover the links between ABI Rehabilitation and sports and social life.  About ‘Boots, Balls and Brains’ For football fans, those interested in […]

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LimbPower Create New Player Pathway Resource to Increase Engagement in Activity

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LimbPower have introduced their new player pathway resource to increase sport activity for athletes and non-athletes with a limb impairment. Sport is for everyone, whatever your age or physical ability. Access can be more challenging for persons with a limb impairment and there can be a myriad of questions, challenges and barriers to overcome, whether […]

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