A number of useful resources are available to support clubs in being inclusive and accessible.
- Click here to get in touch with British Athletics Paralympic Talent Development Coordinators.
- Click here to find more resources specifically for coaches (in the coaching section of our website).
- Guidance on disability terminology (PDF 71kB)
- Engaging disabled people (PDF 17MB)
- Talk to me principles
Activity Alliance, supported by Sport England, has released the Ten Principles film to guide providers to deliver more appealing and inclusive opportunities. If embedded within planning and delivery, the principles can be the vital ingredient for delivering activities that will support disabled people to be and stay active for life.
- Inclusive athletics guidance for clubs and running groups (PDF 54kB)
- How to include everyone – Activity Inclusion Model Guidance (PDF 180kB)
- Activity Alliance (formerly EFDS) fact sheet – sports clubs – The Equality Act – Dec 2013 (PDF 433kB)
- Click here to buy Guide Running tethers from British Blind Sport
- Click here to buy Guide Running bibs from British Blind Sport
- Seated Throws guidance (PDF 1.2MB)
- Wheelchair Racing guidance (PDF 358kB)
- Running as an Amputee guidance (PDF 1.8MB)
- Protean throwing frame website
- Inova throwing frame website
- Access for All; Opening Doors from Activity Alliance
Marketing and Communication
- Wheelchair Marketing Club guidelines (PDF 402kB)
- Providing accessible information guidance (PDF 189kB)
- Activity Alliance (formerly EFDS) Inclusive Communications guide (PDF 10MB: large file)
- Guide to engaging disabled people, Sport England (PDF 17MB large file)
- Engagement resources from the Activity Alliance (formerly English Federation of Disability Sport) includes films, free factsheets, and information on a wide range of disabilities
The Activity Alliance (formerly the English Federation of Disability Sport) has a film, designed to complement the charity’s successful Inclusive Communications Guide. Through a series of animations, viewers can take a whistle-stop tour of useful communication practices and principles. When embedded, the changes will help providers to reach a wider audience in sport and physical activity, including more disabled people. Click here to watch the film on Activity Alliance’s YouTube channel