Access Sport’s Disability Inclusion Programme aims to transform the lives of disabled young people and their families, from disadvantaged backgrounds, using the power of sport and physical activity to combat discrimination and exclusion.We want to create equal opportunities for disabled and non-disabled people to participate together in their local communities 

Our award-winning programme launched in 2011 and has engaged over 12,000 disabled people, plus thousands more non-disabled people through families and friends. To date, we have supported over 200 community organisations to become more inclusive to disabled people and upskilled 1000 coaches, volunteers and young leaders within these organisations. 

The Need

How We Work

Access Sport’s Disability Inclusion programme has been working for some time successfully on replicable system change models under two interconnected themes – Changing Sports and Changing Places. Our projects are co-designed and supported by a strong network of partners, influencers, ambassadors and community champions. 

Our Impact

Our Partners & Supporters