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How? A new approach to inclusive activity for all

Get Out Get Active (GOGA) breaks down the barriers surrounding activity and inclusivity. It shows activity in a different light, reaching people who thought activity wasn’t available to them and closes the gap between disabled and non-disabled people's participation. 

Group of people on paddle boards on a lake.

GOGA’s unique model responds to people’s motivations, incorporating physical activity alongside existing community opportunities, making it social and fun instead of frightening.

These resources dive into the detail of delivery and will provide you with tangible ideas to reach and engage the very least active disabled and non-disabled people in your communities.

How we built an inclusive framework for engaging the least active

Creating activities that put people’s needs first

GOGA in action

Making activity more accessible and appealing

GOGA: engaging different community groups (overview)

A rigorous project management approach: GOGA tactics

GOGA in Fife has changed lives and our organisation forever. From a more appropriate constitution, huge increase in weekly sessions, to the introduction of so many active recreation initiatives, and much much more.

Richard Brickley OBE MBE Chairman, Disability Sport Fife
Disability sport fife testimonial