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Get Active Together

Supporting disabled and Deaf BSL users to become more active and engage in sport and physical activity

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Get Active Together

Our Get Active Together project supports disabled and Deaf BSL users to become more active and engage in sport and physical activity through our volunteer based peer support and online community.

If you are interested in trying out something new, being more active and meeting new people, we can help! We organise regular outings such as group walks as well as a range of sports/ activities. We also have volunteer buddies who can go to activity sessions with you as a friendly face when you are trying something new. Get in touch and let us know what your interests are / what kinds of activities you would like to do.

Ready to get involved? Great!

We’re really excited to support anybody with a disability, or long term health condition to get active and keep active.

Accessible Fitness Activities

We share a vast range of accessible fitness activities, either subtitled and / or in BSL for both Deaf and non deaf people who may also have a disability or long term health condition.  These can all be viewed on our YouTube page and we regularly share fitness sessions on Facebook.

Please take note of the following in relation to any exercises or activities we promote:

The exercises shared and promoted by Living options Devon Get Active Together are for educational and entertainment purposes only, and is not to be interpreted as a recommendation for a specific treatment plan, product, or course of action. There are risks related to exercising and taking part in these or any other activities or exercise programmes that may result in a risk of injury, or aggravation of a pre-existing condition. Living Options Devon Get Active Together disclaims any liability from and in connection with the activities and exercises it shares and promotes. To reduce the risk of injury, before beginning any exercise programme, please consult your healthcare provider. As with any exercise, if at any point during your workout you begin to feel faint, dizzy or have physical discomfort you should stop immediately and seek medical advice.


“Definitely feeling more fit and healthy and enjoy it being Deaf-friendly. Nice sense of community and friendship in this group.”

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