for Disabled Children and
Disabled Young People
Getting and staying active is about - Equality -Inclusivity - Finding what's Fun - Exploring what activities make you
Benefits of physical activity - Meet new people - Mental health - Muscles and motor skills - Confidence and concentration - Sense of achievement - Calmer, less stressed - Balance and coordination
How much physical activity should I do? For good health benefits do 20 mins of physical activity per day
When starting build up slowly Ask: Can you do this today?
Do bitesize chunks of physical activity throughout the day
Do challenging but manageable strength and balance activities 3 times per week
Small amounts of physical activity are good for you as well
Disability Cricket Pathway
The disability cricket pathway is designed to enable individuals with disabilities to access and develop within the game in a manner that suits their needs.
With club cricket at the heart, players can access the club game whilst simultaneously engaging with elements of the disability cricket pathway.
With four strong National Teams, players can begin on a route to international level competition if they have a desire to do so and meet the classification requirements.
Super 1s gives young people with a disability aged 12-25 the chance to play regular competitive cricket while improving confidence and independence ...... READ MORE
1.2m young people with a disability access sport rarely or not at all. Through Super 1s, we're trying to change that .. Lord's Taverners BBC Radio 4 Appeal