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Sense Active Project are running workshops to increase provision of sensory activities across the community

The Sense Active Project in South Wales aims to increase sport and physical activity for individuals with complex disabilities, including multi and single sensory impairments.

As part of this programme, they offer a number of free training workshops to increase the provision of sensory activities across the community. The workshops are suitable for support staff, third sector orgs, community groups, leisure centre staff, teachers, coaches. Anyone who would like to increase their offer of more inclusive sport and activity for individuals with disabilities.

  • Sensory Walks - workshop taking place on 3rd August at 10.30am.
  • Sensory Football – more information on this workshop can be found here: Sensory football workshop
  • To find out more about and to book your place on the workshops, please contact Lauren Heath on 0787 687 0949 or email Lauren.Heath@sense.org.uk

    In addition, Sense are offering an accredited workshop; 'Connecting Differently Through Sport'. It is aimed at people in a range of different roles, the workshop is useful for PE teachers, health and social care organisations or charities, sports development professionals and leisure centre staff, including front of house staff. This workshop will increase awareness, teach, specialist skills and build confidence when supporting disabled people to access sport.

    Some outcomes of the workshop include:

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