Activities for All
Sport Ireland and the network of 29 Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs) in the country have developed a 4-week physical activity plan for people with a disability ahead of “Fit for All”.
Fit for All is a national initiative from Cara, aimed at increasing awareness among people with disabilities, families/carers and disability services on the benefits of regular exercise, healthy lifestyles and opportunities to participate within the local community.
The resource has been developed by Sport Ireland and a working group of LSP Sports Inclusion Disability Officers in conjunction with Cara.
Ireland’s National Physical Activity plan recommends children are active for at least 60 minutes a day and adults for 30 minutes a day, the Activities for All resource is a fun and inclusive way of getting in your daily activity. This resource aims to improve people’s fitness, skills and balance as well as helping build confidence to regularly participate in sport and physical activity
The Activities for All resource will help people of all abilities to build physical activity in to their daily routine.
Speaking at the release of the resource, John Treacy, Chief Executive Sport Ireland said, “Sport and physical activity is a key part of a healthy lifestyle and has so many benefits for both your physical and mental wellbeing. The Activities for All resource will help people of all abilities to build physical activity in to their daily routine. We are delighted to launch it as part of the Cara Fit for All initiative and with support and input from the Sports Inclusion Disability Officers of the Local Sports Partnership Network”.
This resource is fully adaptive for people of all abilities and ages and includes an activity planner to help your track your progress throughout the 4-weeks. Simply print out the resource or display it on your phone and be active!
For more information on the resource click here.