Active Oxfordshire is committed to ensuring there are effective physical activity pathways for people with disabilities and long term health conditions.
We work with a range of stakeholders to improve these services, including the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Local Authorities, Community activation teams and sister organisations. Our aim is to develop and promote opportunities, from increasing inclusive activities to behaviour change delivery models.
If you are a Healthcare Professional and would like to know more about the physical activity referral pathways and services countywide please click here
If you are a non-healthcare professional and would like to recommend activities please see our GO Active sister site.
GO Active hosts the countywide physical activity directories…
Visit GO Active Inclusive for information on disability and inclusive activities
Visit GO Active Get Healthy if you or a patient has diabetes and would like to become more active
Visit GO Active if you or a patient is inactive and would like community activities
Equality in sport and physical activity is about fairness, justice and equal access to opportunities.
Active Oxfordshire is committed to raising the profile of disability sport and physical activity by working with our partners to develop and promote opportunities for people with a disability across Oxfordshire.
Find out about disability and inclusive sport and physical activity opportunities across Oxfordshire by viewing the Disability and Inclusive Sports Club Directory below.
Browse the menu on the left to find out how you can help people with disabilities to become more active.
Oxfordshire Active Lives Summary – People with Limiting Illness or Disability
Oxfordshire has the least number of inactive people with Limiting Illness or disability in England (34.8%)
Strategic Health Relationship Manager
Annie joined Active Oxfordshire in April 2019 to work collaboratively and strategically with key partners and stakeholders across the county to reduce physical inactivity, improve population health and address priority health needs in line with the NHS Long Term Plan. Annie has extensive experience in strategic and operational management of Health business at National and European level, with specific expertise in physical activity and cardiovascular health. Previously, Annie managed various community health services, working closely with Public Health Commissioners and has just completed a 2-year project working as the Executive Director of the National Institute for Prevention and Cardiovascular Health, at the West of Ireland Cardiac Foundation, based in Galway, Ireland.
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