inclusion

7th December 2018

Mixed Ability Sports – A Family Affair

Sport England announced a £40m investment to get families across the country active[1] earlier this year. As part of their ‘Towards an Active Nation’ strategy they […]
4th January 2019

From Front Row Seat to Front Row Forward

As a profoundly deaf player with cerebral palsy Tom may have felt that contact rugby wasn’t going to be a possibility. However, it is just 3 […]
15th February 2019

Becoming a Viking – Diary of a MA Player

  My name is Ian Bourne and I was born in 1966 with Cerebral Palsy as a result of the umbilical cord getting wrapped around my […]
1st March 2019

Bowled Over – How Mixed Ability is Bringing New Members Into Bowls

In January 2018, York and District Indoor Bowls club threw open their doors for a Mixed Ability bowls taster day. Working with IMAS the club contacted […]
1st July 2019

Como nuestra ilusión se convirtió en nuestro objetivo: IMART Cork 2020

Historia En Marzo de 2017, durante un entrenamiento del equipo de Yaguares Rugby Club, apareció un joven con síndrome de Down llamado Fernando, que  para sorpresa […]
15th July 2019

#WhoSays – Misconceptions about Mixed Ability

This week see’s the launch of a new campaign by Activity Alliance entitled ‘Who Says?’. The campaign focuses on challenging misconceptions around disability sport and inclusion […]
2nd August 2019

#WhoSays – Risk, A Necessary Evil?

Earlier this week we posted the latest #WhoSays misconception around disabled people’s inclusion within sport, specifically, ‘who says disabled people might get hurt?’ This concept clearly […]
13th November 2020

World Diabetes Day

At IMAS, we want to make sport inclusive for everybody who faces barriers to participation. With World Diabetes Day coming up, IMAS team member Imogen spoke […]
17th December 2020

Inclusfit

Based in Swindon, Sam at Inclusfit runs fully inclusive fitness classes for a wide range of participants. Sam is an experienced, award-winning fitness instructor, personal trainer and a UK […]