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GOGA visits the Golden Glove sessions in Nottingham
Sport England has teamed up with the Alzheimer’s Society to produce a dementia-friendly sport and physical activity guide
Increasing opportunities for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to enjoy Physical Education (PE), school sport and physical activity.
Clubs, events and activity providers are encouraged to sign up for Parasport, an online hub that aims to empower more disabled people to become more active.
Walk this Way- Inclusive walk for all ages and abilities. Follow the story on how GOGA Bradford developed the programme.
‘Delivering activity to disabled people: The workforce perception gap', new research from Activity Alliance.
Meet Asmita- her journey from supported to supportive
Mencap and Sport England have joined forces in a partnership to enable people with a learning disability in England to get active.
Take a look at the findings from Sport England's Active Lives Children and Young People Survey
A trip to the seaside- GOGA and the Elective Home Education Physical Activity Project in Pembrokeshire
First GOGA in Fife training opportunity of 2019
Increasing female participation and encouraging more people from low socioeconomic communities to take part in free, weekly, social activity will be the focus of a new collaboration between Sport England and parkrun