Looking at our finalists 🔍
Inclusive Coaching Award – Sponsored by Sportscotland
Part of Chesterfield FC Community Trust, Camp Inspire has given over 300 children and young people with severe disabilities and complex needs the opportunity to enjoy holiday clubs and activities in a safe and inclusive environment. Recognising individual needs, every camp empowers and encourages participants to enjoy getting involved in sport and physical activity, demonstrating how tackling barriers to participation can have a profound impact on health, social interaction, confidence, and physical literacy.
Challenging the opinion that people with complex needs can’t take part in adventurous activities, in the past year, Sense Sport & Physical Activity Programme (Midlands) (Sense) has worked with 6 activity providers and countless support workers to empower individuals with complex needs to enjoy activities like rock climbing, swimming, sailing, ice-skating and walking, enabling them to reap significant physical, social and mental health benefits, including renewed confidence in themselves and their skills.
Voted the number one side in England at the recent International Mixed Ability Rugby Tournament, Worcester RFC Mixed Ability (Worcester RFC) leaves no stone unturned in the drive to provide positive, fun and inclusive sessions for all. Passionate about participation, they work with people with a range of disabilities, people from under-represented communities and people returning from injury to ensure that they can take part and enjoy learning and development relevant to their needs and preferences.
Read more about these inspiring programmes – and the profiles of all this year’s finalists – on our website 👉 https://bit.ly/3h4ylPy
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