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Encourage disabled participation in swimming

Swimming is by far the favourite sport of many disabled children and adults and we want to help you inspire these individuals to join in with the fun in the pool.

With the Paralympics set to inspire the nation it's a great chance for us all to capture the imaginations of disabled children and adults, challenge their perceptions, help them discover new activities and develop new skills.

Download our helpful leaflet which provides advice and information on:

  • What actions you can take to ensure your staff are disability aware
  • Details of the resources and support available
  • Why you should take action to encourage disabled swimmers and the benefits it can bring
  • Guidance on who can help and where to go next
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