Get Active Disability Sport Inclusive Resources Activity Map for Inclusive Activities There are many sports clubs and organisations in the county that offer either disability specific activities or inclusive activities and can offer most people a great sporting experience. Click the map below to find out about opportunities near you. All clubs and activity providers on the map have given permission for their details to be used and are keen to promote their activity to disabled people. They are providers that have been recommended to us or that we have worked with to support their inclusive approach. Living Sport can not take any responsibility for the providers and what they deliver. If you are an inclusive activity provider, and would like your activities featured on the map then please contact [email protected] Other organisations have also developed activity finders for specific purposes, and you might find these useful if you have a particular need or are able to travel further afield in some cases. Living Sport do try to add the local providers to the local map above, but this is not always possible. CP Sport's Activity finder allows anyone to search for an activity with their postcode, visit the club finder and get searching here. They are also calling for more clubs and providers from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to join the 500 providers from across the country. To join the activity finder or find out more contact Richard Kerr. Sense, the national disability charity, has an online platform offering a range of free art, sport and wellbeing activities developed to support people with complex disabilities. The activity finder, available on the Sense website, currently lists over one hundred activities tailored to the different needs of people with complex disabilities, and activities can be carried with families, carers and support staff. The resources currently come in multiple different formats, including, video content with British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation, captioning and auto description, Easy Read resources, and live zoom sessions that can booked in advance. Later in the year, as the country moves out of lockdown, physical events will also be added to the website. Parasport Powered by Toyota, aims to connect disabled people with more opportunities to get active than ever before. Want to get your club, activity or event listed? or search for an activity visit Parasport.org.uk UK Deaf Sport Activity Finder, Would you like the opportunity to promote your activity sessions to thousands of Deaf people for free? Join the digital revolution and publish your activities through the UK Deaf Sport activity finder, hosted by Playwaze and promoted through UK Deaf Sport website. Simply fill out your details here. How Are you or HAY being developed by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT) as part of an NHS pilot project HAY Peterborough is already up and running and the other districts are starting to be developed along a similar format. An activity can be submitted using this form or contact [email protected] with queries.