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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%)

Toolkits and Resources

This section contains information on different Physical Activity, Disability and Long Term Health Condition toolkits and resources. These web based resources are freely available for organisations and individuals to use online

Mapping Disability: the facts has been created to give an overview of disability within the population. Its purpose is to inform and direct strategy and delivery, improving choice and opportunity for disabled people to regularly take part in sport

The way organisations talk, words used, tone of voice or even body language can affect anyone's opinion of the sport or fitness provider and most of all – their trust in them. Communication is also about listening to the audiences and using the insight to target more effectively. With this guide EFDS continues to build on the insight of disabled people's preferences in language, messages and the channels to reach more participants.

An accessible and inclusive sports club sometimes requires a few physical adjustments to buildings but more than anything it needs some forward planning and continuing commitment.

This guide is aimed at anybody involved in running or working in a sports club. You could be a volunteer, a coach, a club member or supporter. It is not a detailed technical guide, but intended as a starting point. The resource will take you through the main areas of physical access and signpost you to sources of further information and support.

Autism, sport & physical activity. Practical strategies to implement in your delivery of sport and physical activity when working with autistic people.

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One You

One You

A Campaign brought to you by Public Health England

Change 4 Life

Change 4 Life

These days, 'modern life' can mean that we're a lot less active. With so many opportunities to watch TV or play computer games, and with so much convenience and fast food available, we don't move about as much, or eat as well as we used to.

Sugar Smart
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Sugar Smart


SUGAR SMART is a campaign run by Sustain. We help local authorities, organisations, workplaces and individuals to reduce the amount of sugar we all consume.

Anyone can pledge to become SUGAR SMART – from councils and schools to restaurants, hospitals and independent companies.

Oxfordshire Mind

Oxfordshire Mind

We're Mind, the mental health charity. We're here to make sure that anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support.

If you're struggling with your mental health, you're not alone: 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem at some point in our lives.