Case Studies

Case Studies

Getting active with a long-term health condition -  Big Bold and Balance Exercise Age UK Oxfordshire exercise classes

Posted: Thu, 25 Jul 2019 10:48

Getting active with a long-term health condition - Big Bold and Balance Exercise Age UK Oxfordshire exercise classes

Whilst we know that physical activity and exercise is good for everybody's health, evidence suggests that targeted exercises could be beneficial for each particular condition. Age UK are delivering exercise classes to benefit the strength and balance of older people across Oxfordshire. Read More »

Tags: Older people, Strength And Balance

Posted: Fri, 28 Jun 2019 09:04

Active Body Healthy Mind

Active Body Healthy Mind (ABHM) recognises the very specific barriers faced by people with mental ill health to improve their physical health through participation in sport and physical activity. Read More »

Tags: Mental Health

Posted: Fri, 28 Jun 2019 09:02

Boxing For Wellbeing

Boxing for Wellbeing was delivered by Oxfordshire MIND in 7 schools during 2018. Read More »

Tags: Children and Young People, Mental Health

TRAX Motor Project

Posted: Fri, 28 Jun 2019 08:56

TRAX Motor Project

TRAX used Satellite Club funding from Active Oxfordshire to provide an opportunity to their students to become more physically active. Read More »

Tags: Children and Young People

SOFEA

Posted: Fri, 28 Jun 2019 08:53

SOFEA

South Oxfordshire Food Education Alliance (SOFEA) are delivering Table Tennis and Fitness sessions for their cohort of young people at their warehouse in Didcot. Read More »

Tags: Children and Young People

Sunrise Multicultural Project

Posted: Wed, 26 Jun 2019 14:51

Sunrise Multicultural Project

Active Oxfordshire has funded Sunrise Multicultural Project to provide a football activity for young people in Banbury Neithrop. This programme aims to improve community and family cohesion whilst increasing physical activity. Read More »

Tags: Children and Young People

Posted: Wed, 26 Jun 2019 14:46

Coaching as a second career

Fiona's fascinating story about how she started her coaching journey as a second career.

Tags: Workforce

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