Keeping Active at Home for those with a disability

We’ve gathered together some links to helpful resources to support those with a disability or a long term health condition to get active at home.

  • Activity Alliance have a page of advice and links for adults and children with a disability to keep active.
  • Get Yourself Active at Home, a programme led by Disability Rights UK, supports disabled people and people with long term health conditions to be active at home.
  • Limb Power have video’s suitable for amputees or those with a limb impairment.
  • We Are Undefeatable have advice relating to Covid-19 specifically for people living with long term health conditions as well as advice about getting active at home.
  • The We are Undefeatable 15 ways to move more at home poster gives ideas of how to get active at home. The accompanying leaflet has an activity diary so you can keep track of how you move
  • Wheel Power have launched a series of Adaptive Yoga videos to encourage wheelchair users to exercise from the comfort of their homes.
  • Wheel Power also have Resistance Band exercises for wheelchair users.
  • Parasport Inclusive Home Workout Zone, features their own home workouts and an activity finder featuring accessible online workouts from other providers.
  • CP Sport – Cerebral Palsy Sport have a range of resources aimed at keeping active and healthy at home.
  • Sense’s  Making Sense of Mini-Games resource is designed to help disabled people to be more active, with a booklet of suitable games and activities that can be enjoyed with little or no equipment or in any sized space.
  • British Blind Sport have a range of resources on their website to help people with Sight Loss Get Active at Home
  • Unify Youth inclusive dance for ages 10-18yrs via zoom. These classes are open to all young people with learning or physical disabilities.