Would you like to try a new sport or physical activity?
Would you like some help to access sport or physical activity?
Into Sport is a partnership between Inclusion London, Interactive and Richmond AID. The projects aims to break down barriers disabled people face in accessing sport. Richmond AID will work with partnering organisations to support disabled people to become active. This project can help people to include sport and physical activity in their lifestyles, which will result in sustained increase in active Disabled Londoners.
How the service works
If you are a disabled person and would like to try a sport or physical activity but need some help to find something you are interested in or something that is accessible to you, then we can help.
We can help you search for activities you are interested and support you to try a few to see what suit! Or we may be able to find a buddy to attend sessions with you, assist with travel and get involved to resolve any access issues.
We are also working closely with local sports clubs, sport centres and other organisations, so we have a broad list of accessible sports/activities for our service users.
This service is for all disabled people including people with learning disabilities, physical and sensory disability and mental health issues.
Getting the help you need
For further details please contact Sam Blake, our Sports Inclusion Officer, at Richmond AID
Phone: 020 8831 6129
In person: Ask for Sam Blake at reception of the DAAC.
Update: Summer INTO sport activity peer groups
Interested in getting a little more active this summer?
Into Sport will be running an extra 4 activity groups.
Peer group meetings are to be held on Wednesdays at 3.30pm-5pm when we will discuss activities and much more!
If you’re interested in joining in or volunteering come along to one of our Wednesday sessions or ask Tia for more details.
Tia, Into Sports Peer Sports Officer
Emailto: email@example.com Tele: 020 8831 6129
This service is available for all disabled people including people with learning disabilities, physical and sensory disability and mental health issues.