Disability sport is one of our four priority areas; this section features research and insight based upon the disabled population in relation to sport and physical activity. It can be used to help promote best practice and increase participation amongst this particular demographic.
Access for all: inclusive communications. EFDS (March 2014)
This guide has been written with Big Voice Communications to ensure we can share a wealth of information, increase participation and improve access to more opportunities for everyone.
British Blind Sport
British Blind Sport are proud to launch an extensive study exploring the barriers that restrict visually impaired people from enjoying sport and how successful participants have overcome those challenges.
The Lancashire Sport in Mind Survey
The Lancashire Sport in Mind survey was developed by LSP and reveals a demand for a physical activity sessions as a way of treating mild to moderate mental health conditions within Lancashire.
Sportivate Evaluation: Deaf Basketball
During 2013 Lancashire Sports Partnership intend to evaluate a series of Sportivate programmes in concurrence with their delivery across Lancashire. The aim of the Sportivate Evaluation: Deaf Basketball 2013evaluations is to highlight the short and long term benefits of Sportivate programmes whilst also ensuring that; any successes are replicated and failures avoided within in the delivery of futu…
Still ‘more of the same for the more able?’
Writing over a decade ago, Penney and Harris examined extra-curricular physical education (ECPE) provision in state schools in England and Wales and focused, in particular, on issues of inclusion, equality and equity. They concluded, among other things, that ECPE provision was highly gendered, characterised by a disproportionate emphasis on traditional team games and competitive sport and provided…