There are many ways to enjoy an active lifestyle at home; this includes adapting activities so everyone in the household, disabled and non-disabled, can take part together. Please do checkout our Home Exercises for Adults also. Some specific resources are outlined below:
Activity Alliance: Has a range of advice and information for people with a disability including their Be Active at Home Guide and videos from the parasport team.
Arthritus Action: Have a series of online chair based exercises developed with the aim of helping those with hip, knee or spinal Osteoarthritis more mobile and active.
British Blind Sport: 'Work Out Wednesday' sessions are live, 30 - 40 minute at-home workouts which are audio-led and fully accessible.
Cerebral Palsy Sport: Have a range of activity fact sheets on line specifically designed to support people to continue to be active and healthy at home.
Change 4 Life - Accessible Activities: There are lots of ways to keep disabled children and young people active – start off by choosing activities your child is interested in and adapt them
Kidney Research UK: Beam for Kidney Disease features live and on demand exercise classes, workshops and educational videos, as well as motivational and community support.
Limbpower: National Disability Sport Organisation LimbPower has created a number of new resources to compliment the existing online resources to support amputees and people with limb difference to stay fit and healthy at home and during our one hour of exercise. Staying active and supporting our physical and mental health during this period of self-isolation is vital for our well-being.
Limbpower for Children: British disability sport charity LimbPower has launched its "Adaptive Fitness Fun" sessions twice a week to encourage fitness with young amputee children.
Mind: Mind use the power of sport and physical activity to raise awareness, tackle mental health stigmas and support those of us with mental health problems to become more active.
They have created also created some resources to help including:
MS Society: Exercise for MS symptoms from the MS Society.
RMR Rehabilitation: Their aim is to provide as many classes as they can for people who have wheelchairs or need a chair as support to participate in Exercise classes. All the classes are online and are instructed by fully qualified instructors who have experience in working with clients with Neurological conditions and individuals who have a wheelchair or mobility issues.
We Are Undefeatable: The team behind the campaign for people with Long Term Health conditions say there are plenty of ways that you can get moving without needing to leave your house.
Wheelpower: Over the last few months Wheelpower have been sharing videos which demonstrate that being healthy and feeling fitter doesn’t always have to mean taking part in sport or going to the gym, and that regular low impact exercise such as Adaptive Yoga can be hugely beneficial for your mental and physical wellbeing.