Active Sussex raises the profile of disability sport by working with National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs), disability organisations, local & national partners.
Interested in information about activities, events and campaigns for children and adults wanting to get active then sign up to receive our disability & inclusion e-news. The West Sussex and East Sussex information websites also provide a list of opportunities.
Sussex Disability Sports Network
The aim of the network is to support the development & provision of disability sport and inclusive physical activity across Sussex. The network is made up of a range of partners all championing this area of work, with a steering group leading the direction of network events.
If you would like to be added to the Sussex Disability Sports Network database to receive strategic information or want to know more about the network then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
November 2017 Sussex Disability Sports Network Event presentation (pdf) – alternative formats available on request.
March 2017 Sussex Disability Sports Network Event – focused on partner engagement ‘speed dating’ style event. For information about the event please contact Gemma.
July 2016 Sussex Disability Sports Network Event Presentations (pdf) – alternative formats available on request.
Strategic lead for disability sport in England, providing useful resources & insight to help get more disabled people active.
National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs)
British Blind Sport, Cerebral Palsy Sport, Dwarf Sports Association, English Learning Disability Sport Alliance (which is a partnership between Mencap Sport & Special Olympics GB), UK Deaf Sport, Wheelpower and LimbPower.
EFDS Disability Equality Training and a ‘Delivering an Excellent Service for Disabled Customers’ e-learning course.
If you would be interested in attending or hosting an Inclusive Community Training workshop please register your interest here. Visit the EFDS website for more information about the Inclusive Community Training workshop.
The evaluation reports for the training are available below:
EFDS Inclusion Club Hub toolkit helps clubs to include more disabled people in their activities. Use it to develop a club action plan, support your Clubmark process, or your general planning.
Please find a list of useful resources to the right of the page. Alternative formats can be provided on request.
For more information please contact:
Strategic Relationship Manager
01273 644 154 / 07760 164001
Gemma is the strategic lead for physical activity and health managing stakeholder relations and taking an insight led focus on inactive populations. She acts as the Disability & Safeguarding lead, heads up the CSP Intelligence Programme and is an OpenActive Champion.