New accessible pre-recorded videos to support disabled people to get active at home is now available.
The Get Active team at Disability Rights UK have been working with Sense and Durham University. They wanted to find out how disabled people have been staying active during the coronavirus pandemic, and what resources can help people to stay active at home. Their survey was completed by over 450 disabled adults from across the UK. They also interviewed 40 people to talk to them in more detail about their experiences and what they would like from future resources.
Get Yourself Active at Home timetable is now available and videos will be released throughout this month starting on Tuesday 5th January. You can view the videos on their dedicated YouTube channel. These pre-recorded videos are designed to support disabled people and people with long term health conditions to be active at home. The timetable includes four series all led by different trainers and involving a variety of different activities that can be carried out from the comfort of your home.
Let us know how you get on!