- Genders catered for
- Inclusive of members with
- Hearing Impairment, Visual Impairment, Learning Disability, Mental Health, Physical Impairment
About English Federeation of Disability Sport
Disabled people should have every opportunity to be as active as non-disabled people. Physical activity can make a fundamental difference to disabled people's quality of life, it can increase independence and benefit our economy and yet disabled people's activity levels remain low. Our charity champions disabled people's right to participate in physical activity and sport. The EFDS Charter for Change sets out what disabled people say they need to make this possible. We are calling upon those in various sectors to commit their support for our Charter and make active lives possible, for all.
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