Exercise and Disability
This course has been developed as part of the Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI), which aims to make fitness facilities more accessible to disabled people, both in terms of the physical environment and the skills and attitudes of their staff.
The course will provide you with confidence and expertise in writing and delivering safe, effective and fun exercise programs for a range of people with the disabilities including Down's syndrome, Asperger's syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, limbless/amputation, visual impairment and hearing impairment.
Training courses for 2014/15 are as follows:
This course is designed for disabled people who can use their own experience of overcoming barriers to exercise and improving physical function and/or mental health, to inspire and support other disabled people to participate in fitness activity.
The course is free to disabled unemployed people over the age of 16 years who are willing to commit to all training and a 12 week voluntary placement to engage other disabled people in fitness.
Upcoming courses are as follows:
East Midlands - Rushcliffe Arena, Nottingham
South East - Surrey Sports Park, Surrey
London - Aspire, Harrow
Contact Hilary Farmiloe on 07917 822977 or email email@example.com
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