Activity Alliance outlines ten principles developed with disabled people that sports and activity providers should follow to help make their activities more appealing. Not only are they now widely used across the sector and at the heart of new programmes like Get Out Get Active, the principles were positively referenced in the Government’s 2015 strategy, Sporting Future.

If embedded within planning and delivery, the principles can be the vital ingredient for your activities that will support disabled people to be and stay active for life.

The following Introduction film produced by Activity Alliance guides providers through the ten principles.

Follow this link to access Activity Alliance Ten Principles

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Bianca Logronio

Safeguarding and Inclusion Officer

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    "Besides supporting my children's various activities, I love a high energy exercise class like Zumba or Combat. The music makes it feel like a party!"

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