Staying physically active during the Covid–19 restrictions is important for everyone’s physical and mental wellbeing. Adults and children with a disability are no different.
Meath Local Sports partnership have complied some useful resources, links, activities and information below that can be used during these restrictions to help keep physically active.
Please see link above for fun family games. Adaptations are included underneath each game to allow children and adults with a disability to take part.
CARA Centre have developed a range home exercise circuits suitable for people with a disability. The circuits take approximately 10 minutes to complete and can be incorporated into a persons daily activity.
Please click link above to view step by step videos and teaching points to assist parents in helping their child to learn to cycle at home. The videos feature our experienced cycling instructor Noel Connolly from the Cycling Safety School.
Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA) have teamed up with Aura Holohan Group to bring you a series of at home fitness training programmes and wellbeing advice to help you keep fit and healthy at home.
Check out some training and education opportunities that can be completed online during COVID-19.
Check out what our colleagues in other Local Sports Partnerships are providing for children and adults with a disability.
Special Olympics Ireland has designed a programme to support Special Olympics athletes at home during the Covid-19 restrictions.
If you need any further information or support please contact our Sports Inclusion Disability Officer Terry Donegan at firstname.lastname@example.org